Sensitive since childhood to the world of craftsmanship, he trained for ten years in cabinetmaking and obtained the prestigious title of “Compagnon of Devoir”. He opened his studio in Dinard in 2003 and collaborated for several years with various designers, including the famous Maria Pergay. In 2010 he decided to devote himself exclusively to the realization of his own creations. Each of his works is a subtle blend of tradition and modernity. He draws his inspiration from everything around him, nature, architecture, fashion… His work is defended for 10 years by international galleries and is exhibited at major design shows such as Design Miami/Basel, the PAD (Pavillon des Arts et du Design) in Paris and London, The Salon Art+Design in New York. His piece the “Papillon” won gold in 2019 in the interior furniture category of the “International Design Awards” in Los Angeles.