Pascal Conicella

Founder and Creative Director of Fauvea After beginning in typography, Pascal quickly expanded his horizons to focus on photography, special effects, animation, cinema, then video games and advanced technologies, such as holograms and motion capture. The Teo & Leonie children books he created are now widely acknowledged as an important contribution to edutainment content. His…

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Pascal Montjovent

Having studied science and Political Sciences, Pascal Montjovent shot as Director of Photography around twenty films per year (clips, short films, ads, and fiction & documentaries) in Switzerland and abroad (New York, Morocco France, Tunisia, South Korea, Brazil, Georgia, Japan, Central African Republic, etc.). He’s specialized in digital cinema since its early days (first with…

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Rémy Guttin

Remy started his profesionnal career in Lyon with the production of short movies and commercials for Vanilla Seed. He then attracted the attention of KENZAN and moved to Geneva, where he learned how to create digital magic out of technology – fire and water were his new favorite elements to work with. After a few…

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Jordan Dacuna Rodriguez

At first, Jordan studied the basics of computer science at the CFPT in Geneva. Between all the general branches, he was quickly attracted by programmation. What he does is graduate in “Application development and project management”. For his end-of-studies project, he wanted to combine two of these passions, by creating a VR firefighter simulator using…

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Benjamin Froger

After obtaining a degree of “Creator-Designer of digital 3D images” in 2013 in Lyon, Benjamin joined KENZAN studio in Geneva. There, he acquired his first professional experience in a competitive environment, focusing on holograms creation notably for OMEGA, in charge of visual effects such as particles with pre-calculated renderers. After tackling several significant projects, his…

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Julia Gabrick

Julia Gabrick is the director of our Los Angeles office.  In 2010, she moved cross-country alone to earn her Master of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.   Through her subsequent work in public relations, news writing, and blogging she discovered that connections and storytelling…

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