For almost two decades, my images broadcast on at least one television channel, every day.


I made my first imagery on a computer when I was 14, in the mid ’80s.
Rudimentary software on audio cassettes, a numeric keypad as a mouse: a challenge at the time, but it was already exciting.
Later, I attended the School of Fine Arts in Bordeaux, then Poitiers, where I practiced visual arts, from painting, sculpting and photography, to video and computer art.
It was a great experience working with other people as a team, and developing a personal universe and a critical mind.


After a few years cutting my teeth as 3D artist but also cameraman, I moved to Bordeaux to spend about six years working on projects for architecture but also corporate movies.
Since the early 2000s, I have been freelancing for creative studios and production or post–production companies, mostly in the film, videoclip and television area, between Bordeaux and Paris.
Later on, I also have worked on documentary films and developed some collaborations abroad.