I started drums when I was twelve years old and living near Toulouse in the south west of France after my dad showed me a live video of Blood Red Shoes. I loved the energy of Steven Ansell and the fact that he was playing and singing at the same time. When I started to learn music at the local school I immediately wanted to play with my best friends who were playing piano and guitar for a very long time. To me, playing drums has always been the most unique way to connect with the people I love by playing with them and sharing the deepest experience while composing and being on stage. Today I'm glad I'm part of my band, Grandma's Ashes, with two of my closest friends that I met when I moved to Paris when I was 18. I'm grateful for all the great experiences we've been through together. This proximity also allows me to play things as I feel and imagine them. Creativity and freedom are keywords to me. I've been influenced a lot by math rock, progressive drummers. I really like the almost melodic way they play the drums and the way they tell us stories, emotions without words nor boundaries. That's what I try to keep in mind while playing: be melodic and tell stories with everything I can possibly use. I'm pretty curious to add electronic sounds to my kit, extra cymbals and many stuff in order to keep exploring that way, we'll see what happens next !