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Creative Movement Director and Fashion Choreographer
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1985
1985
Falling in love with music
His mother gave him his first two music records, "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" by Rod Stewart and "Karma Chameleon" by Culture Club and was immediately hooked on music. Soon after, his other toys didn't get as much attention as his vinyls.
1988
1988
Life changing experience
Was surprised by his father who was at the time Head of Security of Michael Jackson's "Bad" tour concert in Nice, France with VIP seats. As a huge Michael Jackson fan, he was naturally inspired and knew he was destined to become a performer since then.
1990
1990
Teenage years
Introduced to a dance group from his neighborhood. His talent surpassed the other group members and was dominating a majority of the spotlight causing a rift between them and ultimately forcing him to leave and continue as a solo performer.
2003
2003
The hustle life
Moved to London from hometown Nimes, France to make a living from dancing. Learned to speak English, hustled for jobs day and night, battled in dance competitions for money and went to countless auditions. Secured his biggest gig at the time for a Playstation commercial.
2005
2005
Meeting Madonna
Among the many auditions attended, one of them was for Madonna's "Hung Up" music video. Successfully booked the role which eventually led to a long-term relationship with the Queen of Pop.
2006
2006
Tour life
Went on two world tours with Madonna - Confessions Tour and Sticky & Sweet Tour and gained invaluable experience as a dancer and choreographer. Madonna was more than a mentor, she also became a friend.
2012
2012
New York, NY
Was invited to move to The Big Apple by Madonna to work for her as a personal trainer and mentor for her children. As part of her entourage and "big brother" to Rocco, he was introduced to many influential people within the music and fashion industry to ultimately build a strong network and eventually grow on his own.
2014
2014
Entering the fashion world
His friendship with Pascal Dangin and Steven Klein, both a renown creative director and photographer respectively, took him on board one of their music video projects to choreograph. Pascal then saw his potential that can greatly benefit the fashion industry.
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