At 17, he enters The Compagnons under the tutorship of a master who will slowly help him discover his passion and talent for painting. He is currently working on the deformation of rigid materials, interpreting the codes that once nourished him. He specializes in painting skies and will get to express through several orders.
In between the work, he shares stories and anecdotes with his fellow Compagnons—“those crazy old men” as he calls them with endearment.
Plied by Flaunt to provide a few thoughts, he responds: “Who has the courage to give his opinion today? Who is building the references of tomorrow? I am interested to know.”