Christophe was a guide lecturer on many archaeological sites in Périgord and more particularly in the Vézère Valley between 1985 and 1998 (Lascaux II, Abri Pataud in Eyzies de Tayac, Castel Merle in Sergeac, etc.), he was also responsible of the eponymous site La Madeleine in Tursac until 2004. In 2004, Christophe created ChroniqueSapiens, an independent company that allows him to carry out many activities around archaeology.
Thus, he took part in several radio and TV programs on the recent Palaeolithic for France 3, M6 (E=M6)… Radio France produced a series of fifteen "paintings" on the great events of prehistory, "L'Écho des Cavernes", which he wrote and recorded at the end of 2005.
Christophe also participated as a consultant in the creation of a center for the interpretation of human/animal relations from prehistory to the present day (Parc ÏO, Cantal).
Christophe guided several groups in Tassili, Hoggar and N'ajjer, Morocco and Turkey on contemporary sites from the Neolithic period.
Christophe still collaborates with many sites as a guide, director of "treasure hunts" for educational purposes and animations' designer.
At the same time, with the Pôle International de la Préhistoire des Eyzies de Tayac, he contributed to the creation of " les chemins de la préhistoire", workshops for the restitution of excavation techniques and laboratories and he leads these with schools and summer students.
Finally, Christophe regularly gives lectures on the discipline of archaeology, prehistory and history, in many sites, The Chapels Aux Saints, the Palaeosite, etc, for communities and in the associative world.
Compte rendus ; Les rencontres des Eyzies 2004, Pôle international de la Préhistoire et Conseil Général de la Dordogne.
Historique : La Châtaigne en Périgord, Fruit des temps et des hommes, La Lauze, 2007.
Historique : La Madeleine, de Cro Magnon à aujourd’hui. Hamelin, 2007
Re-édition ; MAHAVA, Éditions ERRANCE, 2013
Historique : Les Cluzeaux de la Vallée du Salembre en Périgord. Société Historique et Archéologique du Périgord / Les Patrimoniales, 2021