"I was born in 1972 in Toulouse, France. After studying Visual Arts for five years, I created my first paintings titled "Pigments and Wavelengths" in 1998. The concept behind these paintings is to combine two types of colors that vary depending on the intensity of the light, whether it is natural or artificial. I use pigments for painting and adhesive for wavelengths, which diffract light like a prism, creating kinetic colors that undulate with the light on my paintings.
My hometown, Toulouse, is known worldwide for being the capital of aeronautics and is a source of inspiration for my art. It is home to Airbus, one of the largest aircraft manufacturers in the world, and many other companies in the aeronautics and space sector. The movements and gestures in my art come from Action Painting and the Zen of Asian painting.
I have designed and produced the Tour de France Cycling Trophy for the Carcassonne stage and have permanent exhibitions of my work at Mexico Antik decor and M.A.D.S. Art Gallery in Milan, Fuerteventura, and Barcelona La Pedrera Gaudi House in Spain. My work has also been exhibited at Effetto Arte Russo in Palermo, Borghese Plalce in Florence, Contemporary Art Museum in Barcelona, Carroussel du Louvre in Paris, Plais Palffy in Vienna, and even at Times Square in New York, USA."