Francois has more than 20 years of experience as a Ballroom dancer in social and international dancesport. He danced in multiple competitions and won several prices across Quebec and over the world.
François has excelled at a very high level (Amateur Open) to become the Amateur 10 Dance Champion in Quebec in 2010. He has also represented Canada at some of the most prestigious international competitions, including the Blackpool World Dance Festival in England, the 10 Dance World Championship in Kiev (Ukraine) and many competitions in North America.
Francois has a lot of experience as a teacher and choreographer for weddings and special events, and he coached a lot of high-level competitors. Plus, Francois has taken lessons from some of the best dance teachers in the world, and has acquired a significant amount of technical expertise.
François’s versatility helped him to reach the Top 10 of the fourth season of “So You Think You Can Dance Canada” while earning the unanimous appreciation of judges and spectators who affectionately nicknamed him "FranSwag" for his natural talent in urban dancing. This amazing experience gave him the desire to explore other dance styles and he knew that the entertainment business was the only one he wanted to be in.
Afterwards François had the chance to dance on TV and stage for events such as the french version of The Voice w/ Cee Lo Green, Pierre Lapointe and more; Gemini Awards (french version), Just For Laughs w/ Rachid Badouri, Coca-Cola New year’s eve 2014, Canada Day w/ Carly Rae Jepsen & other Canadian artists, Monsters of Hip-Hop showcase w/ Nappytabs, the "Miroir Tour" w/ Marie Mai and many more. Francois has also appeared in a commercial for Lotto 6/49 and his music video credits include: Karl Wolf feat. Timbaland's "Magic Hotel", Victoria Duffield's "Break My Heart" choreographed by Luther Brown, A.K.A. + Anja’s "Hot For Me" & "Crazy Little Thing" from the game "Just Dance 4", Brigitte Boisjoli's "Mes jambes à ton coup", Marie Mai’s "Tourner", just to name the few experiences he acquired.
Those experiences have offered him a great reputation and have given him knowledge as a dancer and professional entertainer. He is always seeking to improve his craft within all dance forms, keeping abreast of new experiences and continuing to set new goals and dreams. He is currently living in Montreal and teaching at different areas, as well as across Canada.