Since 2000 I've been continuously experimenting with digital video. One of my prime concern is to explore the unique characteristics of digital video being initially a medium that merely simulate previous media like analogue video or film.

One of the outcomes of my numerous experiments with digital moving images is a visuals application that plays back, blends and transforms dozens of video clips on one screen in real-time.

In 2002 I joined forces with Fabrice Mogini who plays electronic music on custom made electronic music programs. We managed to make each others programs communicate with each other which led to the creation of a highly synchornized audio visual set. Importantly though Fabrice and I consider our programs rather as instruments than playback devices allowing much space for real-time control and improvisation within the set.