Classical Ballet / Dancer
Canadian. In 2002, he studied at the National School of Contemporary Ballet in Montreal. Among his professors are Didier Chirpaz, Gilbert Mayer and Domenica Franchetti. In December 2002, he was granted a scholarship from the Princess Grace Foundation during the Monaco Dance Forum and carried out his training with the Ballets de Monte-Carlo. He also did a training course, in November 2003, with the Jazz Ballets of Montreal. In 2002, he joined the Young Ballet of Quebec directed by Didier Chirpaz. Jean-Christophe Maillot proposed him to join the Ballets de Monte-Carlo in March 2005, following his participation in the First Employment Audition organized by the Monaco Dance Forum in December 2004. Since his arrival in the Company, he has danced numerous ballets of Jean-Christophe Maillot: Romeo and Juliet, Cinderella, La Belle, Men\'s Dance, Dov\'è la Luna, Altro Canto and pieces of guest choregraphers such as The Second Detail by William Forsythe and Boléro by Béjart.
- Les Ballets de Monte-Carlo