Héloïse has a strong interest for visual effects. She has worked at Sensio, a company producing stereoscopic 3D films, and worked on DVD versions of films like JAWS 3D.
She holds a bachelor degree in visual effects from the Academy of Art University of San Francisco in visual effects with a concentration in 3D modeling. She had Francis Veber (''Dinner for Schmucks'') as a mentor in screenwriting and worked on many projects such as a short film that she recently directed and completed. Her first short film ''Helena's Dream'' was nominated for best animated film and won the best director animation and best foreign film award at the Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Awards in 2015. She won two awards of merit at the Accolade Global Film Competition and at the Best Shorts Competition in California.
She worked in collaboration with Red Giant Studios on the short film ''Them Greeks!...'' directed by Spyros Tsiounis (Coraline, Shrek Forever After) as a 3D artist. Dedicated to help young artists understand and develop their own potential, she has been studio internship supervisor for more than 2 years.
Héloïse teaches in the 3D Animation program at Inter-Dec College and at LaSalle College in the Video Game program.