An engineer by training, TremensS specialized early on in new technologies applied to digital art, sound and real-time interaction. He collaborated with IRCAM and La Kitchen.
In 2006, he founded ExperiensS
, a design and engineering studio for digital art and real-time interaction, hired by contemporary artists (ORLAN, Arik Levy), the international music scene (the Dillinger Escape Plan, Kavinsky, Etienne de Crécy), brands (Lancôme, Guerlain, Nike) and institutions (French Ground Army, C2RMF: Centre for Research and Restoration of French Museums).
In parallel to this, he taught at Ecole Centrale d'Electronique Paris, Paris 8 University, and gave workshops about real-time programming in graduate schools.
In 2010, he crossed paths with the Dillinger Escape Plan, a hardcore band from NYC, USA known for their intense live shows. He joined them on four international tours, starting interactive lighting experimentations on stage, and later participated in the launch of Party Smasher Inc., Ben Weinman's label. He also started teaching workshops on new digital strategies for musicians and creatives to professional and amateur audiences.
Between 2010 and 2013, with ExperiensS
, he worked in the shadow of many international tours, engineering custom technological setups (Justice, Etienne de Crécy), and producing stage/lighting designs for concerts (Kavinsky), events and festivals (Be Street, Converse, Adidas).
In 2013, he was offered a carte blanche to design "La Salle des Machines" (the Machine Room), a permanent installation dedicated to contemporary and electronic music at the Mupop, Museum for Popular Music (Museum of France), in Montluçon, France.
In 2014, he started focusing on his personal installation work. Since then, his work has been presented at Nuit Blanche (2014, Paris) and the Nuit Européenne des Musées (2015, at the French National Museum of Archeology), and shown internationally in Paris, Zurich, New York, Shanghai and Hong-Kong.
In 2017, he inaugurates ObediensS
, the audiovisual label counterpart of ExperiensS
, and announces 665.99, a live electronics project focusing on sound synthesis and spatialization in real-time.