Franco-Flemish musician. Magister puerorum at Cambrai Cathedral 1460. Choirmaster at Notre Dame, Antwerp by 1463. From perhaps 1464 to 1474, secretary to Dufay in Cambrai. Subsequently a canon and scholasticus in Soignies. His surviving compositions include two Masses, eight motets and two chansons. His music was heard in Canbrai towards the end of Dufay's life; it is close to Ockeghem in style, often with sonoroous textures. Tinctoris praised him highly alongside Ockeghem and Busnois.