Cyril is a true patriot and loves his country dearly and is interested in preservation and protection of the nation’s heritage. He is a founding member of Le Pavillon Royal Museum at Government House and has served for over 10 years as a Technical advisor, he also currently serves as a Board member of the Museum Association of the Caribbean (MAC) in the capacity of President fro the period 2011 to 2012. Also known as “Captain Saltibus” he is a Queen Commissioned Officer of the British Army Cadet Corp and served as the Aide-De-Camp to the Governor-General of Saint Lucia during the period 2004 to 2006. With his engineering background, he has held the position of Chief Engineer at one of St. Lucia's leading resorts and served in the engineering departments of Windward and Leeward Brewery, Caribbean Metals and Tech2000 Constructions.
In his private capacity he is the manager of his own company “Seventh Sense Event Resource Management”, and presently serves as an Engineering Consultant.
Cyril is currently a Councillor (Secretary) of the St. Lucia National Trust and is extensively involved throughout the island with conservation Projects and also serves as a member of the steering team for the Memories of the World Committee in Saint Lucia.
Cyril’s artistic abilities are self taught and his creativity ranges across the spectrum of artistic endeavors, from painting and Graphic design, etching to cake decorating. A Gold award recipient of the prestigious M & C fine Art awards he has designed and produced unique gifts given to Her Majesty the Queen and Nelson Mandela. Of late Cyril has taken an interest in using unusual mediums such as copper and glass as his artistic medium, with one of his main Copper pieces being the coat of Arms which adorns the Gate of Government House.