Tarascon, where she learns classical art practices such as anatomy and composition, through the techniques of drawing, pastel, Indian ink and oil painting. Anne Cécile entered business school in 2006, while taking evening classes in clay sculpture at the Atelier Michel Fontenille in Dijon. In 2012 she leaves for New York to complete a Master's degree in Art History. In parallel, she follows courses in metal sculpture and flaying. In 2013 Anne-Cécile persues a residency at the Pablo Atchugarry Foundation in Uruguay, where she learns marble carving. In 2015 the artist opens her marble carving workshop in Ariège where she now lives and works.