I learnt to play Go at 12, when reading Hikaru No Go, I realised the piece of wood that was in my room was an actual goban my father bought in the 60's.
I found dusty stones in the attic but no one knew how to play in my family so I decided to play on KGS. It ended up being thousands of game.
I played a lot of tournaments, and made many friends on the way, and now it's the main reason I still continue to play, apart from my love of the game.
In 2015, I had the opportunity to study in China with the CEGO program, and I decided to take Go seriously. It was an amazing experience, and I felt I came back much stronger.
Since then, I continued competition actively, but I also focused much more on teaching, after I discovered it is something I really enjoy.
I've been teaching in the French Summer camp for 7 years, and Youth French camp for 3 years.
Go Teacher is now my full time job. You can find my personal website here
Beside this, I love playing music (guitar, piano), coinche, and having fun in Go tournaments.