Having grown up taking music and dance classes, Elsa went on to complete a high school diploma in science and dance, before turning to cinema, with a degree in Performing Arts specialising in animated films.
She then trained in contemporary music production in Issoudun (36).
Since 2010, she has been working in administrative support on behalf of several companies, including Bakélite, Des Gens Comme Tout Le Monde, Impulse, Les 3 Valoches, and with the support office Hectores.
At the same time, she founded the group Nezumi (& Fox) with Franck Costanzo.
She began manipulating puppets with the company hop!hop!hop! - Christine Le Berre in “Le Jardin des Sorcières” in 2013 and “L'Autre Côté d'Alice” in 2016.
In 2021, she created Umi, a naptime story set to music and the sound book illustrated by Martina Menconi, supported by the Yokatta association.
She is also a member of the Jungle collective in Le Rheu.