14 April 2016



It all started in grade 7 when students were told to create visual representations of the books they read. Erin chose a book about the French Revolution. Her teacher did not expect a mini guillotine complete with “bloody” basket and was not very impressed, to say the least. But this didn’t dampen Erin’s enthusiasm for French history – quite the opposite!

Erin studied classical theater performance and history at university. Now she finds herself in Paris because of that crazy little thing called l’amour, and is married to a Frenchman.

When she’s not daydreaming about what it would be like to live during different periods throughout history, Erin can be found reading works of historical non-fiction at cafés across the city, exploring Père Lachaise cemetery, treasure hunting at les Puces flea market, or visiting castles across France with her husband.

Paris’ history, art, music and culture have captivated Erin and she looks forward to sharing them with you!