I was born on late June day 1976 in Potoprens, Ayiti. I moved to New York in August 1989 via Miami. In March 2010 I packed my bags for Potoprens still straddling the shores of New York and recently Miami. Having negotiated these cities, I see myself of all these cities, but maybe What I have become is New Yorker and a Potoprensyen. Despite my love and care for the countryside of Ayiti, I am at heart an urbanite influenced by the culture of cities and the many issues which affect cities within the realm of art and architecture. I started painting at the beginning of graduate school in architecture while at Pratt Institute (1999 to 2001). In 2003 I started making work that propelled me to further explore more this side of myself. Two years later, an event prompted me to further display my emotions on large pieces of canvas. Since then, painting has become an outlet to explore issues of migration, language and Identity, human rights, and love. My first exhibition was in 2009 at the CEEFLAT in Greenpoint. My work has most recently been exhibited at the Little Haiti Cultural Complex in during Miami Art Week 2020 through the Exhibition Local Global, the Borderless Caribbean curated by Marie Vickles and the Haitian Arts Alliance.