After finishing his undergraduate studies in film at La Sorbonne in Paris, Emile worked as an instructor in various high schools in Paris leading political science workshops for teenagers. While getting his master’s from the École Normale Supérieure, he also got the chance to study at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. Looking for new adventures, he moved to the West Coast to join the Department of Literatures, Cultures and Languages at Stanford University as a lecturer of French and French Cinema. He has since lectured at several institutions to share his passion for French culture, including the New York DOE and cultural venues. Presently, he is an educational advisor for an educational company based in New York. Additionally, he works as an interpreter for French TV shows and film festivals. Emile speaks French and some German.