I would like some good references to learn about the Schramm-Loewner evolution (SLE), for a complex analyst with no background in probability.

A quick google search gave a lot of references on SLE that are exactly the opposite of what I'm looking for, in the sense that they assume strong background in probability and no knowledge of complex analysis.

**EDIT** (In response to Timothy Chow's comment) :

I guess what I'm looking for is a reference that

(a) does not assume that the reader is familiar with the probability theory needed for SLE (except for the basics), so it should contain the required material on stochastic calculus, brownian motions, etc.

(b) describes in details the classical (non-stochastic) case

(c) contains an introduction to the stochastic case, which should focus more on the complex-analytic aspects than the probabilistic ones.

Thank you, Malik

univalentfunctions is quite important - issues I couldn't appreciate at the time. and the koebe $\frac{1}{4}$ theorem on conformal mappings. the SLE theory * should * have the same flavor of the theory of conformal mappings. indeed Oded Schramm was a student of Bill Thurston. $\endgroup$ – john mangual Oct 18 '16 at 10:47