I was born July 2, 1965 in Nemours, a small town in Seine et Marne, 15 km from Fontainebleau, on the banks of the Loing, in the land of the Impressionists and the Barbizon school.
Graduate of philosophy, currently responsible for communication within a large telecommunication company, I have worked in many trades such as pump attendant, specialized worker, salesman, communication consultant, marketing manager, publisher, teacher.
My research focuses on the colors, the strength and power they exhibit, especially during the accidental appearance of images. Unlike forms always carrying bounded and finite meanings, colors are self-sufficient. They open up new doors to the real and sometimes, carried by the vagaries of chance, they seem to reveal passages to an infinity of possibilities.
The raw and minimalist techniques of scratching, rubbing and tearing, the choice of the knife as a unique tool for a composition made in the moment and resolutely abstract, aim to highlight the arbitrary and uncertain dimension of our claim to understand the world.