Very young I was immediately interested in painting when I was 10 years old I painted on small pieces of wood that I picked up from an uncle who was a carpenter at 11 years old I spent every Thursday at the Louvre Museum where I could spend hours in front of a painting studying brushstrokes, shadows and lights mainly in front of the works of Eugène Delacroix my favorite painter at that time. When I was 12 years old, I won the first prize in my city of Épinay sur Seine with an oil portrait car, and when asked who taught you to paint, I answered the great masters of the Louvre Museum in Paris. I have painted all my life, I have studied the techniques of the great masters (Van Dick technique, Italian frescoes...) I have travelled a lot studying art in Asia ,I lived 12 years in the U.S. working with decorators and architects. Today it is no longer the representations of forms that interest me, but the essence of what I see. The key theme of my paintings is above all the Light. My paintings no longer seek to represent the outside world in its form, here nothing is drawn or defined, it is a vision of a world in the process of composition, which always remains in its original state. The emotion that emerges from the contemplation of these landscapes reveals all the ever fickle and nuanced luminous intensity. The atmosphere is ethereal and the elements, air, earth, water, harmonize and equalize without tension. Each painting is a window to meditate, the artist's palette is his emotions and the nature that inspires him becomes the reflection of his soul absorbed in the light.