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My career

I am currently working as Director of Logistics and Communication for Lucky Duck Games.

In 2009, I started to be interested by the creation of websites. I learned the bases of the HTML and CSS languages by myself and tried to code my own pages.
The same year I got my Baccalauréat, the French High school diploma, with majors in Literature and Theater, in the High school of Orléans (France).

A the end of the year 2009 I enroled in the University of Humanities of Orléans (France), but in March 2010, I decided to stop these studies because the teaching methods did not match with my way of learning.

At the same time, I started a personal project on January 1st, 2010. This project consisted in taking two photos per day of the sunset, at the two same places, with the same frame and the same zoom, at the official hour of the sunset, for a whole year. I have successfully completed it the December 31th 2010 without missing any photo.
During this project, I posted the photos as often as possible on a website I made with a CMS (, Finally, I made two videos, one per place, with all the photos of the year.
It was a very rewarding project for me, and the fact to know that people (that I didn't know at all, or I had met while I was taking the photos) were waiting for me to finish the project without any fail really pushed me to give the best of myself.

After I stopped my Humanities in March 2010, I discovered the game Grepolis, and decided to join the Support team. That is how I started to be in direct contact with the Community Manager of Grepolis France, and to be interested by the job. I did not want to rush into something without any knowledge of the job in itself, so I waited one year to think about it, while doing some student jobs. The next year, in September 2011, the school Sup'Internet opened, and, as it was giving the training I need to become a Community Manager, I enrolled in.

I am passionate by photography, Internet and more precisely video games, especially all aspects of the community of these games. To be Junior Community Manager of Grepolis France allowed me to get experience with a community of more than 200 000 players, and I really enjoyed the close contact I had with them.

To complete my studies with Sup'Internet, I had to do an 8-months internship. I could not find precisely what I wanted in France, and through contacts heard about a job position for a company called EVERYDAYiPLAY in Poland. I got it, moved there, and at the end of the 8 months, got offered a full-time position, which I accepted.

In late 2016, EVERYDAYiPLAY had to lay off half of their employees, and my contract was changed to be part-time only. After a month, my other half-time was completed by another company started by the same person: Lucky Duck Games.

At Lucky Duck Games, I started out by sending people parts they were missing (cards, tokens...) from the only board game it had produced at the time, Vikings Gone Wild - The Board Game. I took on more and more tasks, starting with the support, re-coding the website, etc. As the company grew and made more games, I started taking care of the logistics, and this part has grown so much that it now occupies most of my time. I am now overseeing another full-time employee who took over the support.