Born in 1951. Graduate of ceramics at the National School of Applied Arts and Crafts (Paris) in 1974. Potter since 1975, first studio in Paris and then in 1979 moving to the south of France.
During the '90s Pascal participated in different development projects for potters in Morocco, Congo, Zimbabwe and Mexico. Pascal has been invited for residences and conferences on woodfiring in Iowa (2004), Australia (2014). From 2001 to 2016 he has been teaching ceramics at the National School of Applied Arts and Crafts in Paris.
Pascal's current studio is located in the country of Aveyron, south of France. In 1979 he built a 1m3 catenary arch (Rhodes type) woodfire trolley kiln. Then, in 1982 he built a 1.5m3 round kiln with two fireboxes. After these initial experiences , Pascal built his third woodfire kiln in 2000, a 5m3 anagama type that he fires once or twice a year. Finally a last kiln was built in 2016 beside the anagama. It is a small train type kiln of 0.7m3 with a Bourry firebox, which allows him to fire alone and more often.