Marie-Eve Fortier holds a masters degree in Visual and Media Arts from UQAM (2009), where she focused on the materialization of textuality in installation. Her artistic practice led her to create spaces for the performing arts, guiding her to study scenography at the National Theatre School (2017). Fortier works as a set and props designer, illustrator and artist. She has taught in Cegep and was a guest scenographer at the ÉNT and the Conservatoire. She designed sets for Matériaux Composites (Graduating Class, Fred Barry Theatre, C.N.A.), and Home Dépôt: un musée du périssable – Espace Libre, le Théâtre INK (Faire la leçon – les Écuries), Alexia Burger (Pulvérisés + La Terre tremble — Studio Hydro-Qc), Productions Quitte ou Double (Bluff – S.A.T), Soleil Launière (Sheuetam, MAI), la Roulotte (Astéroïde B613), Geneviève Blais (Unité B1717) and Jocelyn Pelletier (Hamlet Machine - La Chapelle, De l’instant et de l’Éternité - Usine C, etc). As a prop designer, she has collaborated on Corps Titan (Théâtre d’aujourd’hui), l’Énéide (Quat’sous), Britannicus (TNM), Chapitres de la chute (Quat’sous), and Furioso, as a puppet builder (théâtre de l’Oeil).