A native of France, groomed in the finest French universities, including La Sorbonne and the Paris Institute of Political Sciences, for more than ten years, Aya commenced his professional life as Attaché to the French Embassy in Singapore. While at the embassy he realized that his career was to be an ambassador of the spirit via art, rather than a political ambassador.
As a spirited artist and a mystic, Aya’s life has been dedicated to the global service of humanity and to sacred arts education. The beauty of the red rocks in and around the open-sky temple of Sedona has called him because of its vortex energy and sacredness, just like it has previously attracted many generations of American Indians. Aya realized ten years ago that Sedona was progressively becoming a global spiritual university for many people from around the world. He is now looking for the best ways to harmonize these various strands of a new global culture that is focusing on respecting life and honoring spirit. This includes setting up in the Sedona area a home-base for the School of Sacred Arts & Sacred Geometry he is envisioning.