Another film by Mathilde de l’Ecotais, projected on a huge screen at the Los Angeles airport.
A fine mixture of sensations, colors of a glass of cognac, sweet and violent at the same time. Consume with moderation…

LCL Coin de rue

This is the typical kind of spot that seems easy to cut, but for such a product, the stakes are so important that every detail in every shot is important: nothing should be left to chance.
Covered by Queen & David Bowie “Under Pressure”.

The DS Writer

This web campaign for DS Automobiles was amazingly interesting to edit: the best selling author Joel Dicker describes how narrative creation works. I often use this campaign when teaching my students.

CANAL+ Future Food by Thierry Marx

Thierry Marx is nowadays the most creative Chef in the world, having invented molecular gastronomy! Because of the high number shots that were used in the cut, I immediately thought drum’n’bass would help us to maximize the experience. This is another example of “Food porn” directed by the dearest Mathilde.

C&A Feel good fashion

This was my second collaboration with sweetest Noe from Paris… in Germany: a european campaign for C&A’s autumn-winter collection, trying to rejuvenate its image.

About Burgundy

This film includes a private piece of art, a glass table created by Mathilde de l’Ecotais for a burgundy wine producer: it is projected from the ceiling onto an invisible screen in the table. I had complete creative freedom in editing the image, music and sound.


I immediately accepted Ben’s project because of the subject. At first, we wanted the film to be more positive, but as the shooting and editing advanced, we realize we couldn’t tell this true story with less violence.

Weight Watchers

The final version and first editor’s cut for a commercial by Wilfrid Brimo. It is always interesting to re-watch a first completed cut and notice how few shots are left in the final cut… I pasted my “I confess, too masculine” sound edit.
Watch out your weight!