If I told you about me...
I have always been guided by the desire to create beauty.
When I was very young, I saw magnificent paintings or heard catchy songs, I was captivated, but above all, I felt the urgent need to be able to invent them myself.
The ultimate outcome was to materialize what I had in mind, to be able to realize with my hands all these fascinating things that humanity is capable of creating.
This uncontrollable rage to learn and understand has fueled the countless hours I have spent becoming the artist that I am. It is with this perseverance, this dedicated passion, that I wrote five novels, discovered music, did a baccalaureate in mechanical engineering and learned drawing.
Creativity for me does not come without science. The expression needs to be organized, channeled to materialize in a work. My analytical side allows me to apprehend the world, to dissect it into small simple pieces in order to then be able to reproduce it in my own way.
And the gift of creating beauty does not come alone either. He is inseparable from people. Why create if you can't show? Why learn if you can't transmit? Besides, how can we create if we are not inspired by the people around us?
It is this philosophy that led me to my profession, that of teacher. First in mechanical engineering, then in mathematics and programming, and now in drawing. Guiding my peers to the best of themselves is for me my way of contributing positively to the world.