Anything can lead to journalism, be it specialized studies or the experience of life.But experience is definitely what it takes, and Paule had plenty of it. Before undertaking her journalistic endeavors, Paule led a fairly exciting and international life which took her from Northern Africa to the United States, then darkest Africa, and finally the blessed shores of the Riviera.Her career definitely shows an eclectic and checkered trend: after a promising diplomatic start, she went on to peddling cameras to the 6th Fleet, she roamed the halls of the Cannes film and TV festivals, then haunted the harbor in Antibes fulfilling the needs of boatowners, she spent time with a couple of matchmakers in Monaco, then jumped with zest into the garment trade where her ‘undressy’ style with an African touch had a promising, but short life. Further experiences derived from her early attraction to the computer world, activities linked to it and the people that gravitate around it
She has a natural talent for creativity, an easygoing management style, she has what it takes to attract and retain capable personnel, and she will not withdraw from paying them in kind if need be.On the whole, a fascinating character with personal seduction and loads of valuable and varied experience. (merci à Manal pour ce portrait)
Tout peut mener au journalisme, soit les études, soit l’expérience de la vie. Il y a ceux qui apprennent les grands principes à l’école, ceux qui apprennent sur le tas écrivant leurs papiers, et il y a ceux (ou celles) qui ont bourlingué et appris à l’école de la vie et commentent les événements en connaissance de cause. Paule Elliott est manifestement de ces derniersRiche d’expériences diverses Paule Elliott a créé en 2000 Channel Riviera, un webzine qui suit l’actualité culturelle, touristique et gastronomique de la Côte d’Azur de Menton à Saint-Tropez. Un œil frais et éclairé sur un monde en mouvement.