Originally from Montreal (Canada), I graduated from the University of Québec with a B.A. degree in Graphic Design and soon started to work for the Canadian national television as a broadcast designer.
The pursuit of my ambition to contribute to feature films in the areas of digital effects and animation eventually took me to Chicago, then to Los Angeles. After learning the ropes on various movies, I had the chance to write and direct my first short film, which in turn led me to my feature animation directorial debut.
In 2005, my career went full circle when I came back to the broadcast industry. In this creative environment, I have been able to combine my skills in design, effects and animation to produce promos, music videos and experimental films.
Being an active member of the Art Directors Guild, I am represented by UTA, and my teaching credentials include the National Animation Center (Montreal) and University Of Southern California (Los Angeles).