Philippe started to dance at 14, when he discovered Tap, jazz and Ballet. He got his professional dance training from Rosella Hightower in Cannes, France, where he studied Ballet, Jazz, modern, pas de deux, folk, therapy, Flamenco and music. After choreographing for dancers of the Paris Opera Ballet for a French movie on the famous dancer Nijinsky, he went on with his dance career which led him to the US for 13 years, where he worked with noted choreographers as Trisha Brown, Lance Gries, Demetrius Klein among others. At the same time he kept choreographing such noted pieces as Anna, Rachmaninov Rhapsodie, Mozart Requiem and teaching from young kids to professionals (Alvin Ailey dance company, Ballet Florida, etc).
Currently he is the artistic director and choreographer of Urban Bones Dance Company.