Alexandre Paisant

Alexandre Paisant


Professor at the world renowned Bellouet Conseil School in Paris, chef Alexandre Paisant began his career in 1988 at the Pastry Shop Marcel Chabrol. Between 1991 and 2009, he continued his education at Gaulupeau, Prieur, Bamas and Henriet.

In 2011, he joined the INBP Trainers Group prior to joining the Ecole Bellouet Conseil School, which was co-founded by G. Joël Bellouet, a professor at Lenôtre School, and Jean-Michel Perruchon, a pastry chef at Fauchon.

The talented French chef patissier participated in many competitions; in 2010, where he won the “Artistic Coin in Sugar” prize at the Challenge des mains d’or, in 2011, he is also ranked 4th in the European Sugar Art Competition. His numerous experiences, coupled with his passion for innovation, make him a leader in the forefront of the latest trends.

About Bellouet Conseil Paris

The Bellouet Conseil Paris was established in June 1989 thanks to the collaboration of G. Joël Bellouet, a former professor at the Lenôtre School, and Jean-Michel Perruchon, former executive pastry chef at Fauchon.

Known to all professional pastry chefs throughout France, quality work and devotion to the bakery industry are key to its success.

In 2006, Jean-Michel Perruchon took over the direction of the Bellouet Conseil School when G.Joël Bellouet retired after 18 years of teaching and developing new techniques.

The name Bellouet Conseil is now known to all professionals in the industry internationally, and the School is made up of highly experienced professors and ambassadors around the world.