As a child, Arthur developed strong ties to the aquatic world in his hometown of Nice and in nearby Corsica. That is when he initially discovered freediving. His career as a freediver started later, at 26 years old and since then, he has claimed 5 world titles and 8 world records.

In 2016, he was the first to reach the symbolic and impressive depth of 300m in dynamic freediving, an all-time record in the sport. A year later, he set the first world record for under ice freediving with only his wetsuit and a monofin, reaching a depth of 175m.

In March 2020, Arthur sought out to reach the double world record of under ice dynamic apnea freediving, swimming breast stroke. In 2021, he set the record in the field with his wetsuit, at 120m. Then, last March, in Morrison Quary, Quebec, he swam 105m in breast stroke, but this time with no wetsuit, wearing just a simple brief swimsuit.

Once again, it was an all-time record and the performance made headlines in France and all around the world. Today, he has become the most decorated French freediver in the history of the sport.

Relying on his experience and his stature, Arthur has turned towards sharing his journey and raising awareness about the beauty and values of his sport through demanding audio-visual productions that are both moving and in which human adventure merges with athletic feats.

In addition, Arthur also works as a conference speaker, focusing on themes such as pushing one's limits, stress management, taking risks, self confidence...He also offers breathing workshops for relaxation, namely for stress management. These workshops, which are open to all, are directly inspired from his own training methods, which have enabled him to push boundaries in his sport and his daily life.

Arthur discovered freediving during his childhood, when he was already very close to the aquatic element, which he encountered in his hometown of Nice and in Corsica, where he lived as a child. He began his freediving career in 2011 at the age of 26. Since then, he has accumulated 5 world championship titles and 8 world records.

In 2016, he was the first to reach the symbolic 300m mark in dynamic freediving, the absolute world record for the discipline. In 2017, he set his first world record for freediving under ice, with his wetsuit and single fin, at 175m.

In March 2020, Arthur embarks on the project of a double world record attempt in ice freediving breaststroke. In March 2021, he set a new world record in this discipline, with his wetsuit, at 120m. Then, on March 8, in the Morrison quarry in Quebec, he swam 105m, still breaststroke, but this time without a wetsuit, wearing just a swimsuit.

This is an absolute record for the discipline. His performance was widely reported in the French and international media. He is now the most successful Frenchman in the history of apnea.

Backed by his experience and stature, Arthur turns to sharing and seeks to raise public awareness of the beauty and values of his discipline, in demanding, sensitive audio-visual productions, where human adventure combines with sporting achievement.

At the same time, he is a regular speaker on subjects such as self-improvement, stress management, risk-taking and self-confidence. He also offers practical breathing relaxation workshops, particularly for stress management, which are accessible to all and directly derived from his own training methods, enabling him to surpass himself in the practice of his discipline and in his daily life.

In 2017, he released his first book Le Bien-Être Sous l'Eau, followed in 2018 by his first feature film: Aquae Rex.