Christophe Lhuillier is a former special educator and musician. He is involved in various musical groups (Infecticide, Gavagaii, Every Man Has Your Voice) as a singer and/or guitarist. In 2010, he founded the collective Astéréotypie, a musical project that combines poetry and post-punk, with lyrics produced and performed by adolescents residing in an institute for individuals with autism. The group, signed to the Air Rytmo label, released its third album in 2022 titled "No Guy Looks Like Brad Pitt in the Drôme," which gained recognition among a broader audience. Christophe has a keen interest in outsider art and is part of the reading and writing committee for the journal Papotin, whose journalists have autism spectrum disorders. In 2021, he became the coordinator and programmer for the Festival Colis Suspect (a future composite association) that organizes cultural events in partnership with over 40 specialized institutions. The objective is to promote talents on the fringes by organizing art exhibitions and creating artistic collaborations with established artists such as Rebeca Warrior, Rodolphe Burger, Dav Guedin, Rodophe Burger, Rebeka Warrior, Ensemble Calliope?e, Denis Lavant, Johanna Boye?, Tristan Petitgirard, and Kaori Ito.