PhD: CARTOGRAPHY & EDUCATION
1993-2014 -Adult education courses to update technical skills in digital map design: Illustrator, Photoshop, Nuage/Dry – from GIS data management to map publication
1978-1981 -B.Sc. in Map Design and Photo-identification at the National School of Geographic Sciences / ENSG (the French Geographic National Institut school of geomatics / three year courses after competitive entrance
coVice-Chair of the French Cartographic Committee
Chair for the Commission "Cartography & Communication"
Comité Français de Cartographie / CFC-ACI
International Cartographic Association /ICA-ACI
Representing France on the Commission "Children & Cartography"
Member of the Scientific Committee of Alpin Club/FFCAM (CAF)
"les Cafés-cartographiques" /"Maps & Talk" -General Director
2000-pres. Professor of Cartography at the ENSG
University of Paris 8 and the University of Montpellier 3
Teaching courses in the classical techniques of map design to enhance skills in digital cartography.
2013-2014 -ESRI-France -Consultant with the Directorate of Communication.
2012 -National Librairy /BnF -Creation of the 5 monumental pedagogical Maps « The Golden Age of Marine Charts: When Europeans discovered the World »
1980-pres. Map publication collaborations – from map design to map production – all types of cartographic illustration, publication and digital distribution on Mac or PC: Maps and plans, illustrations, 3D reliefs.
1998-2000 -Topographic map designer of the MOUNT RAINIER NATIONAL PARK, MOUNT RAINIER CENTENNIAL EDITION, Cascade Mountain Range, U.S.A.
Drawings for Relief shading of terrain features (rocks, landslides, glaciers, etc) based on the study of aerial photographies and shading derived from Digital Terrain Models.
3 prizes awarded at the 27th American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, USA / March 2000: 1st prize-map of the Centennial, 1st prize-topographic map, and prize for reference map for the year 2000
(Best Map / Best Topographic Map / Best Reference Map)