I Studied Law and Management only to find out that I could only be a renegade Lawyer.
So I started my career not in court but in Art buying and Print Production. I moved to TV and Digital productions and specialized in managing complex global production projects delivering integrated assets.
My approach is to always look for creative solutions and teamwork, silos are not my cup of tea.
1.) What was your very first job? What does it feel like to look back at it now?
Summer job in a finance/law office, lucky for me I discovered upfront that Law could be a mean but not the goal for me.
2.) Please describe, in your own words, what your current job is and what work it entails?
Implementing a new production strategy to deliver more and better.
3.) How did you discover that the creative world was right for you? Was there a time in your life that you credit to this discovery and Which train of events did bring you to where you are today?
When I was 16 I switched from piano to an electroacoustic music composition course, this was my first discovery of the creative process and how I was able to take part.
4.) In your constantly growing and expanding industry, how and where do you usually find inspiration to keep your work fresh, innovative and relevant?
Contemporary art, pieces mixing technology and art expression.
5.) If you had to pick one piece of work or project that you are most proud of, especially for the creative work and innovation it required rather than its recognition or industry success, what would it be?
La Machine L.12.12 for Lacoste : https://vimeo.com/201263766 https://vimeo.com/201263753 this feels a bit dated now but this was a major global challenge, every element of the project was about innovation, a project based in NYC combining teams from Europe and US was a great achievement.