I studied scenography (and photography, academic drawing, packaging graphic design, concept) in Paris, where I was born, and where I spent almost 38 years. But my first love was painting, so I learned "trompe l'oeil", and the art of fresco.
Mostly I work with oil, for me it is the quintessence of the painting discipline. And gosh, it smells so good and I really love the texture!
When I can't paint (if I travel or if I'm in an exhibition) I used to write, I already wrote a book of poetry, and I just finished a novel. This is kind of sketchbook to me.
In my works, I follow the human emotional human. I want to translate the primordial emotions, the ones that show that humans are alive and so close to each other. I've got much more an engaged painting, that and decorative painting. And I like to follow social actuality and take part of it with my works.