My first meeting with horse acrobatics was with Mr. Patrick Gruss, a professor at the CNAC. He encourages me and strongly advises me to continue riding. My second "founding" meeting will be that of Mr Francesco Caroli, who will succeed Mr Gruss. With Francesco Caroli, I discovered a hidden side of Circus Arts. An equestrian discipline that can only be seen on engravings or old documents. A flagship discipline, very common and highly prized in the 19th and 20th centuries in circuses but which, unfortunately, declined and ended with the Second World War. I understand that with this "circusian" worse strain, equestrian acrobatics will now become "Horse Acrobatics" for me.
After twenty-five years of an artist's life rich in experience and strong in emotion, it is essential to develop my professional future, towards research, creation and the transmission of knowledge. Today, I have developed my own pedagogy, inspired by my professional experience, through my career and my encounters with prestigious "travel aristocrats". I am imbued with this strong idea: the teacher is able to make his student's dreams and desires come true, but even more so, to create in him what he never imagined.