Born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Eddy Royere showed, from his early childhood, a passion for drawing and painting. He studied in New York at the Phoenix School of Design and was awarded a diploma by The Institute of Photography of New York. He becomes formally engaged in painting in Montreal in 1967. He attended the Arts of Montreal. He participated in several exhibitions, private and in groups, with various artists. His paintings are sold in Miami, New York, Seattle, Toronto, Quebec and Montreal. A partial list of his exhibitions is as follows: Z Gallery, The Art of Tomo, July 31, 2016; McCord Museum, Montreal, Quebec, Book Fair, Association of Francophone Writers, August 2008; Pierrefonds Cultural Center, Pierrefonds, Quebec, Black History Month, February 2008; Municipal Office of Leisure BML # 2, Laval, Quebec, Month of the Creole Language, 2008; and La Perle Retrouvée Cultural Center, Ville St-Michel, Quebec, 205th anniversary of the Haitian Dapeau Festival, May 2008.