A profusion of details animate his works which translate his interest for the decorative arts in the broad sense. We can guess the influence of baroque painting and Rococo style, of the Nabis and Matisse or of the productions of the Atelier Martine of Paul Poiret. His creations on paper are the occasion of numerous collaborations that allow him to explore the different processes of decorative arts. He creates window displays as well as illustrations for companies such as Artcurial, Orient Express and Diptyque. He has recently been invited by manufacturers who are ambassadors of French know-how to design several works: carpets for Pinton, fans for Duvelleroy. He responds to these orders from his workshop near Fontainebleau, where each element is handmade, from drawing to coloring, including cutting and pasting.