PhD candidate in musicology at the University of Paris VIII. His doctoral thesis, entitled Démarches artistiques et préoccupations écologiques: les mobilisations de l'écoute dans l'écologie sonore (Artistic approaches and ecological concerns: the mobilizations of listening in sound ecology), focuses on artistic practices such as sound installations and field recording, and examines how, through them, artists seek to intensify, renew, and emancipate the relationships we have with the world, with others, and with ourselves. In particular, it addresses questions about the relationship between musical listening and the experience of place. He participates in research projects such as: Arts, écologies, transitions (http://www.artstransitionsecologies.art/) and Listening to Places: Field-recording as an Artistic Practice and Ecological Activism. He is a member of the editorial board of the journal Filigrane. Music, Aesthetics, Sciences, Society (www.revue-filigrane.org).