Classically trained but equally at home in computer-based music, his compositions are melodic and rich in colour, marrying orchestral ensembles with the palette of electronics. Thirty years of experience, largely in the audiovisual sphere have earned him a deverved reputation as a leader in his field.
He has recently composed scores for two movies : La guerre d’Hollywood by Michel Viotte and Jusqu'au dernier by William Karel, and an album dedicated to and performed by master clarinetist David Krakauer.
He is also founder/president of the UCMF (Association of Film Composers).
In 2003, the revue Musique Info Hebdo named him "Personality of the year".
In 2012, he was awarded the Henri-Langlois career achievements prize.