As an amateur musician since a very young age, like many other teens, I have been part of several different bands from rock to metal to punk, until the day I discovered the record “Days to Come” by Bonobo, which literally triggered my passion for “orchestral” and electronic music.

Since then, I have created Echo 6, a project I have been working on for the last 10 years, that helped me get into the profession.

Whether it be with the post-rock band We All Need a Plan, which gave me the chance to tour, Echo 6 or my brand-new project Wings for Louise, my compositions are intended to be displayed on screen.

I truly think that music and images are inseparable, whether they be displayed or just imagined, my creative process always revolves around this aspect. There is no inspiration without images.

Recently moved to Montreal, I am actively looking to secure contracts as an independent worker, with the goal to compose and/or arrange music and sounds for the screen.

In my most recent project, I composed the music and the sound effects of Jason Rodi’s play, All We Have Is Now (the founder of Moment Factory), and had the chance to play them during our live performances so as to create an immersive experience for the audience.