Born half deaf, Raphaelle has been pushed from the age of 4 by her music-loving parents to start an intense 17 years piano practice in order to re-educate her hearing.
From her early teens, Morricone, Goldstmith and De Roubais scores were playing on her discman.
In 2015, after 4 years leading marketing at Google in Europe, she decided to pursue her lifelong passion for music and film scoring.
Her primary music genre is neo-classical, a mix of ethereal instruments and electronic, layered vocals, minimalist aestetic elements and slow beat.
But working with advertisers, artists and producers have pushed her to extend her skills to new genres from symphonic, epic, horror to electronic.
In the past year, Raphaelle has been composer for big brands including Ubisoft, Red Bull, Herschel and Tate Modern London, major Hollywood trailer houses and she’s just completed recording an album with EMI Sony/ATV in Europe.
She is currently scoring a forthcoming short film made by Uzong Films in the UK (summer 2018).
A long-time Parisian, she’s a Londoner at heart who has recently called New York City home.