Choreographer who founded the dance company La La La Human Steps in 1980.
He studied literature and film at Concordia University in Montreal and also began choreographing in his early twenties.
He received a prestigious Bessie Award for his 1985 work Human Sex.
He was born in Morocco and moved to Canada with his parents when he was three years old.
He was greatly inspired by dancer Louise Lecavalier, and he collaborated with her for nearly twenty years.