About

About me

Observe wilderness

I am fascinated by the wilderness. I like hiking in the mountains to observe the Alpine ibexes, walking in the countryside around the ponds to collect toads, or building and installing nesting boxes for titmice.

Play football

I like football. I especially like playing football. This passion was born during the 1998 World Cup, when I was 8 years old. Fan of nutmeg, I grew up with 🇧🇷 El Fenomeno and today I enjoy watching 🇦🇷 La Pulga.

Listen rap music

I discovered rap at the age of 9 with the 2001 album by Dr Dre (I don't smoke weed everyday). Since then I haven't stopped! My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (Kanye West), Nothing Was the Same (Drake), To Pimp a Butterfly (Kendrick Lamar), and many others.

Read albums comics

When I was a kid, I used to draw sharks and try to sell them for 10 francs. But it didn't work. I preferred to read the comics of those who knew how to draw well: Blacksad, XIII, Undertaker, The Life and Times of Scrooge McDuck, etc.

Make cocktails

There's nothing like a fresh coctkail in the summer! I enjoy making White Russian (thanks to The Dude) or Mojito, but my specialty is still Daiquiri 🍹 with ginger or raspberry. Cheers!

Watch documentaries

I like documentaries because they tell real stories, sometimes dramatic, that have happened in our history. Blackfish, O.J. Simpson : Made in America, The Defiant Ones, When We Were Kings, etc. I also spend a lot of time on Wikipedia doing serendipity.

Eat chocolate

I love chocolate. Be careful, I'm talking about dark chocolate, the real one, the only one. The older I get, the more I like chocolate with a high percentage of cocoa. Right now, I'm at 70%. My ultimate goal is to eat 99% without making a face while keeping my body fat percentage below 11%. Honestly, it's hard.

Look at my rabbit rollin'

One day, I found a black rabbit on the sidewalk of a street in Lyon (it really is him). I thought he was the only survivor of a brawl in a rabbit gang war. So I decided to keep him to get him back on track. I called him Bené.