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Paris (75), France
When extreme athletes are sublimated by an innovative artistic approach, the art of movement takes on its full meaning.
Born in 1969, in the south of France, self-taught by training, Franck Guedj began his career at the age of 22 in the field of video clips in collaboration with Michel Gondry within the audiovisual production company "Midi Minuit". His first photographic experience began at the age of 11 with a Nikon camera donated by his mother.
At 24 years old, passionate about photography, video, computer graphics, faking, computer integration, he created his multimedia company specialized in the creation of websites, animation films, multimedia projects, institutional films and reports for the Canal Plus group. Subsequently, he moved into specialized computing as a "saas publisher" in the field of image and Digital Marketing, which allowed him to link large-scale projects in digital marketing and the broadcasting of multi-channel advertising campaigns for large groups.
In parallel with his activity, he tries his hand at the theme of the action film with the GIGN, the RAID & KIA as a director in a medium-length film project "LINK" which combines the action film and humanitarian work for the French Red Cross for the benefit of Margency's Children's Hospital. He then produces video portraits on craftsmen, films on ecology, travel, and extreme sport with a purely artistic and cinematographic approach.
In 2016, he concentrated 100% on his first passion: photography and filmmaking. In 2018, in partnership with Canon France, Franck Guedj proposes a 100% artistic video approach in the field of fiction film with "Mouvement 3.0" by combining major brands and digital marketing techniques for webcasting & social networks, the result was spectacular with 750,000 views in just two weeks. His curiosity, generosity, and creativity make him an atypical and contemporary artist, capable of creating unique works that combine elegance and modernity.
FotoFever 2019 - Paris Carrousel du Louvre from November 8 to 10, 2019 for an 8th edition!