After a master in media and communication, Annabel Sougné became a graphic designer and soon decided to embrace a career in fashion photography. Her pictures have been published in magazines like Elle, Marie Claire, Doolittle, Le Vif l’Express, Week-end Knack and she has worked for clients such as Le Bon Marché, KBC Bank, Leonidas, R95th, Onestep,… She is now sharing her time between making artistic and commercial videos and using her experience and skills to manage communications at the Art & marges museum, the outsider art museum in Brussels.
Barney Frydman is a 32 years old director from Brussels who’s making films since 2011.
Cradled in American cinema since his childhood, Barney has always at heart to address popular topics specific to his generation while highlighting the aesthetics of today’s cultures.
His passion for cinema, photography and music videos leads him to mix differents styles in his projects, making him an heterogeneous director in Belgium.
Julien is the natural child of Advertising. No doubt. But he spent his childhood watching Canal +, falling in love with Les Nuls as well as the Cannes Film Festival.
His passion for storytelling and in-depth understanding of the world of advertising and media led him to believe that creative advertising must be thought differently. Video takes it all. He left creative agencies for production, before starting directing music videos and commercials.
Jérémie Saindon is a director based in Montreal, he managed to create a dynamic and rich portfolio of remarkable projects.
He has directed clips for such famous artists as Yelle, Pirate’s Heart, Allie X, to name a few. In addition, he directed advertisements for the FTQ, Adidas and Hershey, among others.
Saindon continues his adventure in directing films while keeping a dreamy style, whimsical and intoxicating.
After studying applied arts and communication, Ladybird turned to the cinema by making short films.
In 2007, she signed “A perfect woman”, a first film for “The Movies made at home”, a series of short films commissioned by Canal +. The director turns Le Locataire in 2012, a second short premise to her first feature film, “Le Petit Locataire” released in theaters in 2016.
As comfortable in fiction as in advertising, she has shot for various brands, such as Veet, Vivelle Dop or Lustucru.
Ever since he can walk, Maxime loves nothing more than burn his retinas by watching the wheelbarrows filled with VHS that he compulsively rents every time his mum takes him to the local video club. Incidentally, our pet cinephile loves telling stories and quickly has the sense of combining his two passions: director he will be.
Maxime learns his trade with music videos and directs films for Soldout and Sharko before tackling advertising, supreme playground for those who love to develop rich and varied universes. Across his different works, Maxime give particular attention to the artistic direction without ever leaving characters behind.
Olivier is a Belgian director and photographer based in Shanghai since 2012… but who continues to work with us. Olivier loves mixing different techniques such as photography, drawing, graphic design, video, etc. His primary objective consists in giving shape to characters and storytelling and has been directing Commercials, Music Videos, and Shorts since 2000.
In 2012, he launches a parallel career as a portraits, fine art, fashion and editorial magazines photographer.
Pierre has been a photographer for more than 15 years, his work has won many awards around the world. In 2015, he successfully starts directing music videos and commercials.
He has directed film and photographic campaigns for many brands such as Beobank, Volkswagen, Porsche, Skoda, BetFirst, ING …
Graduate of the Utrecht School of Arts, Tom develops first personal and advertising films. Afterward, he joined MediaMonks as a director and gave birth to many interactive projects that won an impressive number of awards: 11 Lions, 17 EuroBest Awards, 10 Lovie’s, countless D&AD, Epica, NY Festival, Cyclops, FWA’s and much more.
Through his films, Tom always tries to make us smile, cry or, at best, both at the same time. Along the way, he worked for Ikea, Geox , KLM, Weber, Audi, Old Spice, Diadora, Nordea, Guerlain, Chevrolet, Samsung, DirectTv, Hyundai and more.