Born in Martinique in 1962, Eric began studying music at age 14 by the battery, but very quickly goes to the guitar. His first real contact with the instrument began in styles as well as modern classics. It includes small local training, but already his taste for the expression he went solo in standard Latin, jazz and Afro-Cuban. Eric then passes the A-Levels and incorporates a computer school in Paris, while continuing to practice with the guitar as the main engine, jazz. He obtained his degrees and analyst-programmer creates using different employees his own computer company. However, accounting prefers "blue notes" and joined the American School of Modern Music in Paris.
Very quickly, Eric is done heard and noticed by his professors who see him one promising musician, so much so that these the send represent his school in Congress International du Jazz in Maastricht. It is again noted on that occasion and he even offers a scholarship to the Berklee College of Music in Boston, but unfortunately it will decline.
From 1991, he won first prize three times in jazz composition in Martinique, which leads him to make his first album, "After the break," which appears in 1994. He has the opportunity to interpret his repertoire in many festivals on the mainland, the Caribbean and Guyana where he settled elsewhere. We listen well both at Montsegur St. Lucia, Trinidad, Cayenne and even Caracas. In 2003 he was on stage at the Jazz Festival Pointe-à-Pitre Crossroads Music Creoles. During these years he has the opportunity to play with many musicians Caribbean (Andy Narell, Luther Francois, Canonge, Michel Alibo among many others) and is found again in Guadeloupe alongside Chris Combette at Creole Blues of 2006. It is this same year released his second album, "Eclectic Project."
Eric is not limited to the Caribbean and also met musicians such as Dave Liebman, Charnett Moffett and Ahmad Jamal, and obviously many guitarists including Earl Klugh, Kenny Burrell, Philip Catherine and Louis Winsberg. Four years after the release of her second album, Eric Product Cap Sud, a Caribbean fusion album in which he brings together his many influences into a rich and tasty cocktail.