Widely known as the main composer of French electronic band M83. In October 2011, he and the band released their sixth studio album and first double album Hurry Up, We're Dreaming, which earned him a Grammy Award nomination for Best Alternative Album.
He grew up wishing to pursue soccer until an injury at age 14 ended his career. He bought his first synth at age 17, and released M83's debut self-titled album in 2001.
In 2013, he completed work on his first feature film score for Oblivion. His 2011 single Midnight City earned a Platinum certification.
He has one brother named Yann.
He and M83 supported Brandon Flowers and his band The Killers during their 2009 United States tour.