With an education in science and philosophy, he founded the Centre for Studies in Traditional Wisdom in 1970 which he directed for twenty years. He has taught Yoga and divers Indian philosophies during intercultural seminars confronting Christian, Hindu and Buddhist teachings.
It was during one of these conferences in 1980 that he met a master calligrapher and painter who was to become his first teacher of T'chan painting. He is fascinated by his dexterity, the justice of his regard and the force of his movement. It is the starting point for the practise and the exploration of that art. After a long period of personal research, he regularly refines his art in China
From 1987, he animates classes and workshops in France and Europe.
His teaching is defined as both traditional and adapted to the needs of westerners in today's society.
In Mai 2004 his book "l'esprit du geste" "Spirit of Movement" is published by
Du Chene Editions.