Fannie obtained her BAC in Environmental Design at UQAM followed by a DEP in Computer Graphics at CFP L'Émergence. Following her graduation, she started her career at Trylea, and played a major role in the development of Printed Decor.
After her first pregnancy, Fannie was inspired to develop Arbre de vie. Arbre de vie creates prints using a new mother's placenta.
She has since begun collaborating with various perinatal companies and was called upon to create several logos and visual identities for birth attendants, having used midwives herself when her two children, Elliot and Charlie, were born.