Born in 1966 in Soissons, France, Emmanuel Fillion began carving at fifteen, contributing to the restoration of iconic French monuments.Co-producing the 2002 documentary "Through the Eyes of the Sculptor," his globally exhibited work draws inspiration from Japanese culture, emphasizing fluidity, power, introspection, and spirituality.

His impact reverberates globally, with his sculptures finding homes in esteemed national museums, private collections and foundations. Fillion's artistic prowess has garnered prestigious accolades, including the NSS Gold Medal and Charlotte Geffken Prize of the National Sculpture Society, underscoring his commitment to excellence.