Julien Creuzet lived in Martinique, at the crossroads of African, European and Indian civilizations. His Caribbean roots result in a recurrent search for identity through his works. Far from anthropocentric in his approach, he integrates aspects of the animal and plant natural environment. He claims syncretism, interwoven concepts borrowed from animist cults, the Christian religion, the French identity, etc. Playing with clichés and features of the Creole story, he draws a rich and artistic approach originating from his roots.