I grew up near Paris, and started playing drums from the age of 5. Everything I do in the artistic world to this day I owe to my parents, who believed and pushed me to become who I am. In 2013 I was accepted at Berklee with a scholarship and quickly started touring with multiple bands with different styles. I graduated from Berklee in Spring 2017 with a dual major degree in film scoring and performance and a minor in video game scoring.
I love video games. I spent a majority of my life playing them. And unlike many, I’ve always had a major interest in analyzing the game design, the music and sounds, the depths of the lore and gameplay. Studying this has led me to compose in an informed and unique way. Even with my preference for orchestral music, I learned how to write in many different styles and emotions ranging from old midi styles to jazz, funk, rock and more. My sensibility as a drummer allows me a distinct feel for pacing while my Berklee education and my experience as a composer allows me to create music that can soar, soothe, scare or support the gaming experience in any way that’s needed.
I’ve been playing drums since the age of 5. I am now able to play any style needed. I have performed rock, pop, jazz, fusion, progressive rock, blues, samba, funk… my personal preferences being progressive rock and funk fusion. I’ve performed and toured in many places around the world and I’ve been part of countless recordings, whether for bands in which I am a member, or as a session musician.