Before joining the Théâtre National de Strasbourg (TNS) School in the Stage direction section in 2001, he obtained a DEUST (diploma in theatre studies) and a degree in cinema studies. He staged La Double Inconstance by Marivaux (presented at the biennial of the Gymnase Theatre in 1999.) In Marseilles he acted under the direction of Hubert Colas.
As part of his schooling at TNS, he completed internships with Stéphane Braunschweig, Romeo Castelluci, Krystian Lupa, Daniel Jeannetteau and Olivier Py.
In 2002, he co-adapted with Marion Stoufflet and staged “The Waves” by Virginia Woolf and this dramatisation was included in the Mettre en Scène Festival at the TNB in November 2004. During his final school year, he staged Marivaux’s La Fausse Suivante, played on tour from August to December 2005, notably at the Théâtre du Peuple in Bussang and the Théâtre de la Cité Internationale in Paris. Again in 2005, he participated in the Festival Premières at the TNS with I don’t think I ever could, a show modeled on The Devil Probably by Robert Bresson.
He acted under the direction of Vincent Macaigne in Requiem 2.
In 2006, he directed Nous, les Héros by Lagarce at the TNS, performed again at the CDN in Orléans. He directed Histoire d’Amour (Dernière chapitre) by Lagarce during the 07 Berthier Festival. In 2008 he participated in numerous performances with the group Il faut brûler pour briller.
From 2009, he was an associate artist at the Besançon CDN for two seasons. This is where he created Wedekind’s L’éveil du printemps in January 2010, going on tour to Reims, Tours, the Théâtre National de la Colline in Paris, Ales, Thionville etc. He also belongs to the Artistic collective of the Comédie de Reims, where he will stage Le Bouc and Prepardise Sorry Now by Fassbinder in May and June 2010.
In October 2008 he worked in Marseilles on DNA by Dennys Kelly, with third year students of the ERAC during the ActOral festival, a work that was played again at the Théâtre National de la Colline. In 2011 he adapted and directed Le Petit Claus et le grand Claus, a Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale. In 2011, in the Bouffes du Nord theatre, he created “The Second Woman”, a contemporary opera by Frédéric Verrière set to music by Bastien Gallet. La nuit tombe…, the first text by Guillaume Vincent, was created for the 66th edition of the Festival d’Avignon. It will be restaged, in association with La Colline, in the Théâtre des Bouffes du Nord in January 2013, then on tour until April (La Comédie de Reims, the CDN of Orléans, etc).
He is also carrying on with his training activities (Erac, Ecole de la Comédie in Reims, Deust Théâtre in Besançon, Option théâtre with the CDDB of Lorient)…