Museography | Documentaries | Fictions
After business school (Sup de Co Rouen 1983) and on-the-job training in the film industries (laboratories, post-production, special effects), I started directing short films in the early 90’s, and co-founded the Arane-Gulliver laboratory dedicated to large-format processing (70mm, Imax®) in 2000. Then I devoted myself entirely to directing, dividing my activities between TV documentaries and spectacular museum video installations.
For 30 years, I have made a few fictions and some twenty documentaries, on subjects as diverse as possible, having made it a vocation to be a specialist in nothing.
Social subjects, philosophy, religion, history, immersions, archives or animation, I touched on everything with a greed aroused by my curiosity and the interest or the proposals of the producers who trusted me.
Thanks to the technical skills acquired during my years in technical industries and large formats, I was also able to work for prestigious museum institutions on many ambitious and spectacular video installations, and to affirm my taste for symmetry, repetition, the harmony of movements and forms, the Golden Ratio.
In this area in particular, each project is a prototype, an opportunity to reinvent oneself that I have never tired of.