He spent a year in Australia, the outback, constantly learning, following the advice of renowned players. Then he met in Alice Springs, Andrew LANGFORD, Ash DARGAN, David HUDSON, Mark ATKINS... . Those experiences will be decisive and decide to become professional.
Since then, every year he visits Australia, perfect with ever greater rigor, and collects the precious wood of eucalyptus that will then work in his studio to make genuine didgeridoos.
Respecting each timber, he works so as to accentuate the acoustic characteristics, to make the sound more pure, more toned, smooth and vibrating the material without denaturing it.
With a discography 10 albums, 1 educational DVD, and many famous artistic encounters (Symphonic & Philharmonic Orchestras, Actors, Directors, Singers etc.), Raphael has become an experienced player and a craftsman-maker recognized for the happiness of all lovers of didgeridoo.