Filmmaker trained at the CLCF (free French film Conservatory) then at the FEMIS (European school in the trades of the image and sound), he directed short films since 1995.
Among other things, “Petite fugue pour jeunes mariés” (Theophanes Productions), “Je vais bientôt chanter”, “Terminus” (Group of research and film testing) and “Soleil n’arrive qu’à son heure.” Moreover, he collaborates on several occasions with theatre companies : Alzhar, Metro mouvances and, more recently, La compagnie du Labyrinthe.
He founded in 2005 the production company “Les Films de l’Avalée”” (today “Faites un voeu”) in which he produced fiction, documentary and experimental films.
At the end of filming over two years of his first feature film, “The time of ogres”, he receives a grant for writing the screenplay of his next project “The lives of Arthur”, feature film dealing with mental illness. As part of this work, he made a medium-length film (“Plein temps, mi-temps, printemps”) within the psychiatric hospital of Ville Evrard, with patients and caregivers.
At the same time, he conducts workshops of cinema with the collective small cameras.