After graduating from the National Institute of Dramatic Arts, Jean-François Spricigo left Brussels and passed the entrance examination for the cours Florent in Paris as an actor where, after his audition, he was accepted directly into the program’s final year. In 2004, Guy Jouaville presented his first exhibition in France at the National Theater at Parvis à Tarbes. The series Silenzio was shown at Contretype in Brussels, in September 2005. In 2007 his next exhibition, Notturno, was held at the Botanique in Brussels. He presented his series Prelude in February 2008 at the Agathe Gaillard Gallery. During 2009, he exhibited in Belgium, France, Poland, Denmark, and at the 40th edition of “les Recontres d’Arles.” In 2010, the exhibition Anima, first shown at the Institut de France in Paris, was taken up by the Louis Stern Gallery in Los Angeles; Notturno toured France; En famille opened in Belgium. Settembre is his second collaboration with Agathe Gaillard. His work has been recognized by the Fondation belge de la Vocation, and by the prix de photographie de l’Académie des Beaux-Arts de l’Institut de France.