Wilfrid Brimo can be as funny directing an animated spot for AIDS prevention as he can be shocking with a live action film and iPhone application for Amnesty International.
After channeling his teenage passion for graffiti into graphic design studies, Wilfrid joined Wanda in 2001 to create the TV design department. It quickly took off with contracts such as the global design of MTV or TF6, winning him many prizes including the BDA (Broadcast Design Advertising).
His first commercial for The World Athletics Championships, won a Silver Lion in Cannes in 2003 and marked the beginning of a prolific directing career. In the next few years he transitioned from pure animation films like AIDES, Shakedown and Frucor to live action films, building on his previous work as a photographer: Orange, Peugeot, Citroën, Mercedes, Surfrider, Meetic, and many others, winning awards in several international festivals along the way: two Silver and one Gold the Cannes Lions, Eurobest, Epica, D&AD.
Always pushing the limits of visual language, Wilfrid doesn’t hesitate to mix live action, special effects, motion control, matte painting and 3D in a single film like he did in the spectacular Carlos preview for Canal+. Whether he’s filming intimate human moments or a glove struggling on a beach, Wilfrid only considers his job well done when he manages to create an emotional experience for the audience
SHE STUDIED ARCHITECTURE AND ART HISTORY AT THE ECOLE DES ARTS DÉCORATIFS IN PARIS before turning to the graphic design and directing films. His first short, I love Paris, was exhibited at the Sonar Festival in the French capital and Barcelona, and highlighted in the book A + A: Architecturanimation.
Her early experiences in fashion and architecture were crucial to his work as a designer and art director. As a graphic artist, worked in films such as The Matrix Reloaded, The Matrix Revolutions, Alexander the Great and in 2046, the latter of Wong Kar Wai.
In 2007, was chosen by SHOOT magazine for the New Directors Showcase as a "Director to Watch." As director of commercial and music video combined filmed scenes, animation and visual effects. Among his recent projects are works for Nike, Kodak and TBWA Vancouver.
Thierry has been directing since he graduated from the Beaux Art School.
“I started with animation, filming some strange puppets in the garden” says Thierry Poiraud.
His commercial projects have included work for Citroen, Orangina, Nissan, Accenture, Peugeot, Mastercard and Reebok.
Cannes Silver Lion for Airbus, 2002.
LIA best visual Effects for Optus Secret Training Camp, 2010.
CDA best visual effects for RFF, 2012.