Amélie has been with Daily tous les jours since its founding. Following her education in landscape architecture and environment design (UdeM & UQAM), Amélie joined the City of Montreal and participated in its (re)positioning and (re)development through design.
In 2005, she joined Quebec-Swiss design studio Intégral Concept, with whom she worked on many 2D & 3D urban assignments linked to territorial identity (Quartier des spectacles, Société des Musées montréalais, New Silk Road Park Xi'An, Chine). This allowed for her micro/macro vision to mature, alongside her understanding of the environments that surround us, and the spaces we inhabit. This ability to conceive on various scales feeds her deep comprehension of the projects she chooses and the environments for which they are to be designed.
For the past five years, she has dedicated her practice to the creation of environments - often interactive - through a series of participative installations (Gaîté Lyrique Paris, Festival Eureka!, Igloofest, Les enfants de la Bolduc, Quartier des spectacles, ARTV), exhibitions, (Parc de l'Aventure Basques en Amérique, Pointe-à-Callière, Conseil des arts de Montréal, Musée de la Civilisation de Québec) and commercial plannings (Restaurant Le Comptoir charcuteries et vins, La Qv, Le Smoking Vallée, Le Wellington).
As a freelancer, she betters an open practice with the aim to mobilize and touch passersby with intelligence, simplicity and humor.