After three years of graphic design studies at the
Brassart School in Tours, I worked for six years in three
communication agencies in Clermont-Ferrand, Saint-Malo and Le
Havre. Originally from the Mayenne, I created my own graphic
studio in Laval, where I was surrounded by a team of five
people. Our work consisted of creating logos, pamphlets, and
other media for an institutional destination in order to
enhance the image of the companies.
Many illustrations and various graphics were ordered from us
to highlight the products or services of our clients
In 2004, I sold the studio to devote myself to drawing and
and philosophy of painting Inspired by the horseback riding environment that I
frequent, the beginning of this new period was mainly devoted
illustration to try to “let go”, compared with the very
targeted advertising orders. I made hundreds of pen drawings
directly on paper, a bit like when writing. Influenced by
Weisbuch, I found that these spontaneous "Writing-Drawings”
gave movement, breath, freedom, life.
A second period led me to “come out” of academicism even more,
by voluntarily transforming the bodies of horses, as well as
dancers and musicians.
Currently my work is a permanent search for blending, for
balance between patina backgrounds or graphics in harmony with
figurative subjects. The whole is mainly done in acrylic on
different materials with the knife as the main tool, in order
to get out of hyperrealism.