Celia created decorations and gilding with leaves before developing more personal work.
After a Master's degree in Art History and Archaeology and a Master's degree in Heritage Development, Célia completed her training at the Cleveland Museum of Arts in the United States. Her specialization in restoration led her to work on various historical sites and excavations at the Villa Medici. In 2015, one of her projects was selected for the Event Nuit Blanche in Paris. In 2018 she receives the "Fabriqué à Paris" label from the Paris City Hall. Her film « Tout feu tout flamme » about the ironworker Pierre Basse, former ironworker of Diego Giacometti and Garouste and Bonetti, was selected at the FIFMA festival (Festival International du Film des Métiers d'Art) and won the Grand Prix as well as the Audience Award. She also made a chandelier and a light fixture for the restaurant L’Abysse in the Pavillon Ledoyen in Paris. In 2019, she created a 7 meter high chandelier for the Domaine des Andéols in Luberon.
14.4 x 18.1 x 20.3 cm (5.7 x 7.1 x 8.0 in)