Paris

Meet

Seb

Originally from Paris

Seb was born, believe it or not, on the very same day as the bicentennial of the Storming of the Bastille (14th July 1989), which probably explains his fascination for this period and all the revolts and revolutions France knew later in the XIXth century.

He studied

humanities: history, literature, philosophy, and foreign languages no longer have secrets from him! After he graduated, Seb decided to travel the world, as he doubted he would fit in at an office or teaching a class.

During his journeys

he realized that he needed to be in touch with people. His first audience as a storyteller was at the Club des Poètes de Paris, where people gather around a glass of wine to give life to poetry. If you ask him, he can recite some of his favorite French poems for you!

My Favorite Location?

The Stravinsky Fountain

My Guilty Pleasure?

The crusty tip of a baguette

My Favorite Quote?

“One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star.” -Friedrich Nietzsche

My Superpower?

I play the didgeridoo and do Mongolian throat singing (not at the same time though)
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