I was born in Fontainebleau, a little town near Paris, in 1971. As a child I always had an interest in drawing and at secondary school I did a specialised course in Art and History of Art.
In 1989 I passed my Baccalauréat and later that year became involved with a group of artists based in Weybridge. We were then creating “Deltaic Murals” based on the shape of the delta — a movement called “Deltaism.” I went on to complete my Foundation Year in Paris followed by two years at Olivier de Serres, specialising in Fine Art.
I returned to England in 1994 where I worked as a Mural Artist, getting commissions all round Surrey from schools, bars, hospitals and houses.
For the last few years I have had a growing interest in the human figure, especially portraits. During this time, several of my picutres have been displayed in the National Portrait Gallery in London as part of the BP Portrait Award.