Dylan Charrier, apprenticed in the South of France with Trompe l'oeil master Serge Megter. Under Megter's direction Dylan learned Trompe-L'oil, faux finishing, murals and developed his own technique for Venetian plaster. Among the projects they completed together was the Portobello, a luxury apartment building in Monaco. Dylan acquired his sense of style from his home in the French Riviera. The regional French and Italian influences are foundations for the fine quality of his work.