About

I’m a Frenchman who likes to empower youth, talk about Jesus, and find creative ways to do ministry. I am originally from France and lived in the US, Hong Kong, and now England. My wife, Jess, and I live in leafy Surrey; where I serve as Youth Minister in a local Church of England. A fun fact about myself is that I speak Chinese, and founded a training center in Paris to teach Chinese!

On the academic side, I am a part-time Ph.D. student at the University of Birmingham. My research focuses is in the field of technology and theology, under my great supervisor Dr. Jeremy Kidwell. I analyze digital technologies from the angle of Christian Ethics and look at concept such as hypereality, selfhood, and privacy.

I am a fellow Cumberland Lodge Scholar for the years 2020-2022 and adjunct at the Institut Protestant de Théologie (Paris) where I teach a class on contemporary theology.

Specialities

Technology & Theology

Entrepreneurship

Youth Ministry

Social Innovation

Education

Ph.D. Candidate (2018-present)
University of Birmingham – UK

Masters of Arts in Christian Education and Formation (2016)
Princeton Theological Seminary – Princeton, USA

Bachelor in Theology (2014) – dual degree
Institut Protestant de Théologie – Paris, France / Université de Strasbourg, France

Masters of International Business (2011)
Ecole Supérieure du Commerce Extérieur – Paris, France

Bachelor in Economics (2010)
University of International Business and Economics (UIBE) – Beijing, China