After my studies (journalism and communication), I used to be a journalist
(for radio, cultural newspapers and t.v) during 10 years. I liked
that a lot, but I had also, since my early age, a great passion for
Art, Illustration (especially Computer Graphics Imagery) and Science-Fiction
too, in all of its aspects but particularly novels, comics and illustration.
I loved too computers in general (and among them, the wonderful Macintosh
: ), but I only used them for games or writing... Nevertheless, the
Electron faery already touched me with her magic wand and I was pretty
hooked : )
met one of my "best friend", the software Bryce,
(my other best friend is Photoshop : ) a long time ago... in computer
industry time...It was in an Eric
Wenger 's interview in SVM Mac (a french Macintosh magazine).
The magazine published some pictures he made with a totally personal
tool called D3 and I fall in love with them.
had a new "graphic idol"...2 or 3 years later, this "personal
program" renamed, was -unbelievable!- on my Mac and I discovered
the beautifulness of fractal worlds..."Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic" said Arthur C. Clarke...This time,
I was totally hooked! But I had to learn everything about computer graphics...
To produce better 3D images, I have learned Photoshop, Illustrator,
Painter, Poser, Amapi, Amorphium and some others...I read a lot
of digital art books, magazines, manuals, learned about different
techniques from artists on the web, their tips...and all of that...with
always a great passion!
Today, I work from home in the production of various computer graphics
(2D-3D illustration or photomontage for book covers, advertising, webdesign or desktop publishing...).