Aged only 16 she was invited by Rudolf Nureyev to join the Paris Opera Ballet. While in the company, Anne-Laure danced many soloist roles in ballet such as Don Quichotte, la Sylphide, Giselle, Swan Lake, les Noces, Paquita, Sleeping beauty and Napoli and worked with prestigious choreographers: Rudolf Nureyev (Cinderella and La Bayadère creations), Jerome Robbins, Jirí Kylián, Roland Petit, William Forsythe (in the middle, somewhat elevated creation), Twyla Tharp and Robert Wilson.
Anne-Laure also performed as a soloist at the Bolchoi theatre with 'the young dancers of the Paris Opera Ballet'.
She later qualified as a ballet teacher (French State diploma of classical ballet teacher) and also owns a Music and Dance history diploma and a Music theory diploma.
Anne-Laure has taught in several National Conservatories in France and at the Montgomery city Ballet (USA).
Later, that same year, she joined Stanislavsky ballet as leading soloist, performing principal roles.
In 2012 she graduated from the Royal Academy of Dance with PDTD and has RAD RTS status.