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Physicist, engineer, and entrepreneur.
Once I was used to be a management consultant, specialized in Lean. Then I founded Mutinerie with 3 friends and finally settled in an ancient farm with my wife and my two kids, after a complete renovation. This place, we named Dans la Pampa, is to be dedicated to family and children.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Hosting or traveling, sharing home offers the best conditions for a proper meeting to meet new people and new cultures.
- organic farming
Music, Movies, and Books
Books : "Les Animaux dénaturés" (Vercors), "1984" (Orwell), "Ravage" (Barjavel), "La Part de l'Autre" and "L'Evangile selon Pilate" (Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt), "La Formation de l'Homme" (Montessori, french title), "Unschooling society" (Ivan Illich)
Music: jazz, electronic jazz, funk, reggae and unknown ones
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
I worked in a big company ... ;)
Teach, Learn, Share
Living in the forest: Kind of boy scout stuffs...
Coworking, fablabs, third places: I founded a coworking space in Paris and know some about theses stuffs
Wormcomposting: I built ones and acquired some experience (still learning)
Construction: I've renovated completely a farm with biosourced materials
Business, finance, management: Trough my education and my work experience, I acquired some practical basics
Fundamental Physics: I have a good knowledge on such features: I can talk about many physical phenomenons. So if you are wondering why the sky is blue or what is the use of perspiration etc... let me know ;)
What I Can Share with Hosts
We can host travellers in basic conditions, eg camping like, in a building of our farm: so far, water and electricity, basic kitchen, no heating and no hot water. Good clothes and equipment required during winter...
We're used to welcome volunteers in our place: they give a hand in the construction of our place, and we feed them.
Countries I’ve Visited
Mexico, Taiwan, Thailand
Countries I’ve Lived In