Having being initiated to body language by Isaac Alvarez, to circus arts with Annie Fratellini, to mime with Marcel Marceau and to dance with Matt Mattox, Philippe Decouflé has worked as dancer with Alwin Nikolais, Karole Armitage, François Verret, Régine Chopinot.
En 1983, he created his company : DCA, for "Diversité, Camaraderie, Agilité".
1989 is the year of the “Bleu, Blanc, Goude” parade on the Champs Elysées in Paris celebrating the 200th anniversary of the French Revolution for wich one Philippe D. created the Danse des Sabots choreography directed by Jean-Paul Goude.
The same year, the audience cheered Philippe D. for his Polaroïd commercial that won him a Silver Lion at the Cannes Advertising Film Festival.
In 1992, Philippe Decouflé was chosen for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the XVIth Olympic Games held in Albertville, France.
In 2016, Contact was still on tour in Korea and Japan and Philippe answered to a new order from Cirque du Soleil. He created a Broadway musical for 38 performers, entitled Paramour, at the Lyric Theater, becoming the first French director to present a performance on 42nd Street.