From Colmar, François began studying law in 2004. After his graduation, he realizes law wasn’t made for him and he could not grow in this field.
Having an interest in food industry, he decided to change his career plans to study hotel business.
After an upgrading year, he was able to integrate and validate a master’s degree in management and hotel-restaurant production.
During this degree, François performed many internships and discovered many facets of the field: housekeeping, seminaries service and banquets, catering…
In 2009, he joined Hyatt Regency Paris Charles de Gaulle hotel teams in Paris as a restaurant / bar and room service supervisor.
Dynamic and motivated, the internal training offered (Hotel Management Training) allows him to gain skills and evolve very quickly: a year later, he becomes seminars and banquets supervisor.
Then he moved to the head of the room service at the Park Hyatt Paris Vendôme.
In 2012, François took up a new challenge: he left the hotel business and returned to Entzheim (Alsace), to take care of management and supply of stocks in a social and associative cooking company: Pepper Salt and Bout’chou.
After 4-years of enriching experience, he decide to take 2-years off dedicated to his hobbies: music and photography.
Since he is 12, François is passionate about music and especially rock. He regularly gives concerts with his bands, on bass (more than 400 concerts in France and Europe and 5 albums), and has even set up his independent rock music label which allowed him to produce his own groups and organize concerts. He also dedicated his spare time to his second passion: photography, which he still practice as soon as his schedule allows him. Self-taught person, he learns by doing and regularly organizes exhibitions. He even manages to combine his two hobbies since he is regularly asked to photograph concerts of local and international groups, which allows him to expand his network and relay his photos to as many people possible.
Early 2018, he feels the desire to return to his first love: hotel business. He then joined hotel Roi Soleil ** Strasbourg Airport, part of Nehô group, as a versatile receptionist.
He found what he was looking for, service spirit and human contact. He is where he should be in the hotel and feels traveling with his clients every day.