Laurent discovered slacklining in 2012-2013 at Fontainebleau during a climbing weekend. Having a background in a lot of other movement-based activities, like swimming, diving, climbing, and parkour, he was immediately drawn to practicing this new art of balance. After a couple of years of light practice on some old school primitive tubular setup, he jumped into tricklining, and eventually highlining.
In 2016 got involved with the Belgian slackline association (BeSlack) and has since contributed in helping to develop slacklining nationally, and in 2018 he became a representative of the Education Commission. As an experienced climbing and diving coach, Laurent dedicates his time to learning, sharing, and trying to improve the awesome new practice of slacklining in a safe and efficient way.