French sculptor and painter. His technical training was in France and later in Italy where he lived and worked there during 17 years. Now is working between Carrara (Italy) and Spain, represented by STOA since 2014. He has an extensive curriculum and various important awards. His work belongs to the most classic art domain. All art works show this timeless “ethos”, which can be found in the masterpieces. He made a new interpretation of the classical art with refined sense of irony and humor. He won the competition organized by The Vatican (in 2000) and was named the “nuovo Michelangelo” by the Italian press for the monolithic sculpture of Santa Catalina de Sienna measuring 7 meters of height in one of the Vatican niches, after entering the competition.