Trained by the greatest Swiss watch-making manufactories, including Patek Philippe and Roger Dubuis, he has highly honed skills and knowledge of the whole watch-making chain: from parts and components to machines. He learned to deburr a pivot, to produce each watch-making piece to micron precision, and was responsible for a team of 10 people adjusting pivoting on manual machines.
Later, he took over the family manufactory, and has become the guardian of Swiss watch-making know-how, while innovating and creating new models, such as those in the stop-watch collection.
From this lineage, a new challenge inspired him: to combine several constraints while respecting the essences of each one. KSW was born: to magnify a luxury time-keeper that reflected the person wearing it.