As a composer and performer I have partnered with several associations and institutions over time. This section aims at introducing their work:
After three years in the South of Paris I decided to establish my own recording studio, twenty minutes away from the capital. It has allowed me to work on my own projects as well as to record for other artists.
When two literature enthusiasts meet, sparks can often fly in unexpected directions; in the Autumn of 2018, the fire kindled quickly between comedian Mathieu Delaveau and myself when we started to adapt classics of Gothic literature to the stage.
Since 2018 the Alba Reda Company has endeavoured to blend acting, music and dancing in their live performances all the while blurring the line between the audience and the stage.
Their 2020 audio adaptation of Mayorga's Intensamente Azules (Intensément bleues) was mixed and mastered at my own studio.
For the past three years, Parisian theatre company Le Néo-Bachique has been adapting classical Greek plays for the stage. Composed of students from the four corners of the earth, under the direction of stage director Gregorio Paz Iriarte, we worked with renowned artists such as Aārp and Danny Nellis of Charles Howl.
Breton musician Ben Cozik and I met in Fougères sometime around 2010 - yet it was only seven odd years later that we started sharing the stage, when local bar Le Coquelicot had us for a night of local music!
Being both from the same corner of Brittany it seemed only fair that we should be recording together and we are now working on his first full-length album, with the help of fine musicians from the Made In Felger record label.
Aaron Prater has been producing an elaborate blend of industrial and dark electronica for years under different names. His latest project to date is entitled hurtJOY, and could very well blow your mind.
His track Regret features two cello tracks which intertwine in the middle of a synth-driven landcape conjuring up desolate landscapes of ruined buildings from a forgotten era...
Known for their unusual blend of progressive metal, heroic fantasy and absurd humour, the French band Ethmebb called on me for the orchestral arrangements on their next album, which as of May 2020 was still in the process of being mixed at KRKN Studio.