After studies in sound engineering in Brest and computer music design in Saint-Étienne, he continued in the research domain by obtaining a master's degree in acoustics, signal processing, and computer science applied to Music (ATIAM) from IRCAM. He completed his PhD on the auditory recognition of timbre at IRCAM in 2016. His scientific works have been presented in international journals and conferences. He also followed a philosophy curriculum oriented towards musical perception at the universities of Brest, Sorbonne, and École Normale Supérieure. He learnt contemporary music practice from Laurent Durupt and Denis Dufour.