Graduate in performing art, Roxane has spent the past 30 years on the stages of Wallonia, in Belgium, where she comes from.
Classical theater (Molière, Shakespeare, Anouilh, Sartre, Racine, Euripide, Maeterlinck,…), American (Tennessee Williams) or amateur (Feron, Aerden, Astir,…); she never cease perfect herself for her passion of literature and it great works.
At the age of 20, she abandoned her higher education in Public Relations to take care of her maternal grandmother who was then suffering from terrible cancer. It was after spending hours at her side listening to her many stories as an opera singer that she decided to follow her own path.
At 24, she bought her first instruments and spent many sleepless nights analyzing their handling.
Self-taught, she produced and published her first EP Therapy in 2007, which she recorded at the Noise Factory Studio with her sound engineer friend Gérald Jans.
This will be followed by an album "Misters and Misses" in 2013 as well as numerous singles that she has released over the years.
It was during the development of her professional portfolio that Roxane, all-rounder, discovered photography and the art of self-portrait.
Adventurer, she travels the world alone and takes advantage of the, wonderful landscapes that she encounters to stage herself and training herself in her new passion.
Strong and independent woman, always looking for personal challenges, Roxane goes behind the camera for the first time during her stay in the Seychelles Islands to realizes alone the video of her song "Not over", a true hymn to spiritual, unconditional and eternal love.
She will repeat the experience in 2021 and 2022 for the tracks [‘remidi] and Connected.
In 2023 she produces and publishes the song "Liberty" in which she claims her right to authenticity in a society that she sees conditioned and formatted. She symbolically chooses Paris, capital of freedom and cradle of revolutionaries to allegorically illustrate her words. The music video will this time be made in 4 hands with her videographer friend Maxime Batter.