Event: Convention for Creators (Lyon, France).
Date: July 2017
The Conference for Creators in Lyon was a great few days. I met many talented creators from all over the world, and I could finally put faces on the famous names I had heard about. The exhibition was spectacular. For space reasons, each creator was limited to 3 models. My contributions were a doe head, a winged heart, and Jar Jar Binks!
Event: Origami USA Annual Convention 2016
Date: June 2016
The 2016 convention of Origami USA took place in New York. Attending it was a last minute decision and it was worth it! It was a much bigger convention than the European ones, with a very different organization as well. An experience to have!
For the exhibition, I presented my Fairy Tales series, with a few other, more recent models.
Photo by Robert J. Lang, hosted by Origami USA
Event: Origami Deutschland 28th International Origami Convention (Erkner, Germany) (link 1, link 2)
Date: May 2016
I exposed some of my models at the German Origami convention 2016. Space was scarce but it was worth it! For once, I had prepared proper tags for the models.
Star Wars Exhibition
Event: Star Wars origami exhibition 2015 (Zaragoza, Spain)
Date: December 2015
When I proposed to participate in the Star Wars exhibition, Joel suggested I fold a Queen Amidala or Padme. Nope, I wanted to do Jar Jar Binks so I did it! I am very happy to have been given the opportunity to participate in this exhibition.
Event: Lyon Ultimate Origami Convention 2015 (Lyon, France)
Date: October 2015
The first convention I ever exhibited at. I only had a few models, and gave most of them away, since I didn’t have enough space in my luggage to bring everything back!
Exhibition and origami workshop at a train model-making event
Event: Exposition de modélisme et bourse d’échange 2014 (Samoëns, France)
Date: May 2014
I had both an exhibition and a workshop at this model-making event organized by a friend in Savoie, that counted 3000 visitors. It was very different from the rest of the event, and was a nice touch for the children and families who were accompanying their modelist friends. I never stopped folding during the three days of the event. So many people came to learn a few models!