Johé Bruneau is a craftsman with a double degree from ENSAAMA (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d'Art) and a DMA in Sculpture on Synthetic Materials.
He works on objects made of recycled materials. Consumer wastes, such as electrical cables, glass, aluminium, plastic and cork are innovative and inspiring raw materials for him:
"I am touched by the surprising properties of cork. This oak bark, with its raw appearance, provides a protective role for the tree. These same characteristics justify its use for bottling champagnes, preserving the taste of each cuvée for years”.