His artistic work and research have their origins in the need to communicate and understand. First through wood carving, then from various, often recycled materials, such as stainless steel, copper, glass, cardboard and slate.
Over the years, he has developed and implemented the techniques of artistic creation which are his own and he has fun sharing with the youth and those which already cumulate many challenges and for whom the creation gradually emerged as a necessity of life.
He first creates to touch people, make them think, perhaps disturb them a little, or even make them smile or amaze them. His work has no meaning for him if the person that meets it remains intact. The preservation of nature and energy, social responsibility and ultimately the place of humans on earth are for him inexhaustible sources of inspiration.