Cellist and cinema enthusiast, Deborah is a young film composer. Her strength: a true cinephilia combines with a true mastery of music writing thanks to her classical training. She is both passionate and knowledgeable regarding contemporary music, whether it be rock, electro or indie. This enables her to maintain a great capacity for openness, adaptation and creation throughout her work, following the requests of the directors she collaborates with.
Graduate of the Paris Conservatory, Deborah is able to compose and play multiple instruments such as the cello, the guitar, the piano and the bass. She also has a diploma in lyrical singing and a Sorbonne Master’s degree in Musicology.
Deborah has created the music of over twenty short- and medium-length films, documentaries, web series and is currently composing the music of two plays. "Listen"
As a cellist, Deborah has played for Nolwenn Leroy, Elodie Frégé, Thomas Dutronc. She has also created the VVAV quartet with which she has played with Loney Dear at the Châtelet Theater under the direction of Yann Tiersen. They have also performed at the Olympia with Stuck in the sound, at la Maroquinerie with Saint-Michel, at the New Morning, etc.
According to Deborah, a good actor should be able to play the role of a criminal as well as that of a clown. Therefore, a film composer, must be able to compose music of all kinds."