At a very young age, he began to work with the Spanish sculptor Almela, who introduced him to wood carving.
At the same time, he is taking classes at the Beaux-Arts. In 1968 his first exhibition at the City Hall of Arles concluded his years of learning.
For 17 years he develops several original techniques that free him from the constraints inherent to academic woodcarving learned with his master.
In his quest for more and more independence from the material he abandons this medium in 1985, the bronze then becomes his favorite material.
In forty-five years he made nearly 250 sculptures that mark the strong personality of this artist.
The recognition of its peers and the public is evidenced by multiple institutional orders, numerous national and international exhibitions. He is present in several private collections.
To this day, the quest continues …