Maron Bouillie aka Marie Bouillie lives and works in Paris.
She spent her childhood in the countryside in an old typical house that her parents restored. The garden, the nature, the attics and the neighbors' farms are his favorite playgrounds. When she comes home from school, she goes to get the milk on the farm or climbs into the cherry tree to taste it. On weekends, she builds huts in the woods or makes jewelery with flowers and what she finds in nature. At the age of 16, she went to study applied arts in the Parisian grandes écoles. At Boulle school then at Duperré school where she studied fashion and design. Passionate, she spends her free time in museums or theaters.
Became visual artist, designer and photographer Maron Bouillie is particularly interested in atypical projets, both in the field of fashion and live show. She designs exhibitions of hijacked objects, performances with balloons and participates in creations with different companies of spectacle. Notably that of her husband Pascal Ayerbe for whom she still creates today the visual universe of his shows and his records.
In 2003, she created her firm and her trademark Maron Bouillie, under which she launched her first collections. By means of photography and printing she "makes objects in the image". Always close to nature and listening to its environment, Maron Bouillie takes a poetic look at the object, its use, its image as we play on words. If her collections are born of cravings and caprices, they are primarily pretexts to stories ...
Today, Maron Bouillie continues to create honest-to-goodness objects inspired by her childhood, her love of rambling, the French culture and traditions The collections are sold worldwide. The products are made in France and Japan with a high quality requirement.