At 11 years old, I discover graffiti: a revelation! A way to express all my emotions, without a word. A deep and silent sharing. I shoot graffitis and copied them, until I feet able to create my own letterings.
At 12, I create my first book.
At 15, I spend my free time painting... and my school time drawing!
At 16, I study graphic design. My university mixes offset printing and computer graphics. At the same time, I form myself, I scan, I photoshop, I mix my drawings with home-made textures and photographs, sometimes personal. I produce my first blog banners, my first illustrations, my first web animations...
At 19 years old, I start to really train in photography. My favorite subject: the street.
At 21, with my degree in hand, I'm hired in a communication agency in Luxembourg, where I quickly become Art Director. I learn to put my talent at the service of a client, to respect the constraints of a brief, to create with a commercial purpose. Meanwhile, I start my first entrepreneurial adventure: I become a freelancer. I create my first communication tools, my first website, and approach my first clients.
In 2012, I quit my job to become a freelance at 100% with the creative director of my former agency.
In 2014, our association bears fruit: we work on increasingly important budgets. I manage to maintain my artistic activity. I exhibit my work very little, I don't feel ready yet: I refine, I polish. I continue to train.
That year, I fly to the destination that all graffiti lovers dream of: New York! I am fascinated. I shoot the city that never sleeps from every angle. Other photo-trips follow, including Iceland, Norway and Ireland. I grow up, artistically and humanly.
2018, I am 30 years old. My partner and me found our company.
In 2020, during the confinement, back to basics! I start a training to rediscover and deepen the fundamentals: composition, color, perspective, light ... I abandon my graphic tablet for the pencil, but it is never far away. And... I become father.
4 years after its creation and dozens of projects later, the agency employs 3 people.
Since a few months, I've started a new freelance activity to develop the purely artistic part of my work.I devote all my free time to my personal work, to my research, to the creation of my own textures. Little by little, I find my own style, which mixes all my practices and tells all my experiences.
I perfect. I innovate. I create, again and again... as I breathe.
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