Membre du Conseil d’Administration de l’Association Patrimoine du Pays de Grasse
"For a young man from California with little knowledge about the perfume industry, the international sentiment that “perfumery belongs to the French” (even as far as to say: to the Grassois) could have been the end to his burgeoning interest in fragrance. Ten years ago, I was that young man. Now I am a young perfumer in Paris for a multinational perfumery company, and my journey began in Grasse. I have the great honor of being part of the Patrimonie Vivant du Pays de Grasse, and I hope to see Grasse perfumery awarded the status of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity."