Originally from Normandy and passionate about traveling, I set foot in Finnish Lapland in 2012. Over the years, I had the opportunity to discover this beautiful arctic region of northern Finland and immerse myself in local habits and customs. Over time, the Lappish nature became my playground and I started to organize different types of excursions (northern lights hunts, snowshoeing, snowmobile tours, etc…).
In 2018, I created Arctic Attitude, one of the few agencies offering private-tours in Rovaniemi. For this new adventure, I surrounded myself with skillful people who are passionate about their jobs and very professional.
Today, it is with pride that we share our passion and knowledge of Lapland with travelers coming from all around the world.
The most important thing for us is to help you discover the most beautiful places around Rovaniemi, in both summer and winter. We also want to connect you with the local population. In fact, we work with small, local and ethical service providers.
French girl from Brittany, I moved to Lapland in 2016. I am a big fan of nature and wide open spaces. I like to spend my free time doing seasonal outdoor activities such as hiking, horseback riding, photography, picking mushrooms and berries, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, fishing etc… I do not spend much time indoors, but when I do, it is dedicated to my most recent learning: leather work. How did I end up in Lapland? I studied tourism in Pontivy (France), and I had the chance to do my internships abroad, in different companies. It was in 2015 that I crossed the Arctic Circle for the first time. After a month as a trainee in Finnish Lapland, it was (already) time to go home, and I had only one thing in mind: coming back to Lapland for a full-winter season. Now I have been to Lapland for over 6 years.
After one season as a guide in 2018, I fell deeply in love with Lapland (and a Lappish man !)
and here I am, well and truly settled in Rovaniemi (…with my Lappish man!).
Originally from the Yvelines, near Paris, I have always been restless: in my Bachelor years, I
used to travel as much as I could. I graduated in Languages Applied to Economics and Law
(English/Spanish) and since then have kept travelling. Fascinated by foreign cultures and
eager to share knowledge, becoming a guide in Lapland was logical to me. This year I start
my 5 th season surrounded by the best people : Arctic Attitude is the agency that matches my
values the most.
Alongside guiding, I teach French at the University of Lapland.
I grew up in Rovaniemi, Finnish Lapland. As a local, I know the region like the back of my hand. This is why it is always a pleasure to guide travellers here in my hometown.
In my free time I like to go hunting with my dog, Rymy. He is a Finnish Spitz, the national dog of Finland. I also enjoy carving wood and to going to sauna and ice-swimming.