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Fresh freelancer

Huzzah, I’m a freelancer now ! After more than 4 years working for a studio in Paris, I’m now mister grown up independent sound designer. Fortunately I’ve got work covered for a solid amount of monthes, which is definitely a … Continue reading

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Huskies !

Dogs ! Wolves ! Barks ! Howling ! Microphones ! My field recording sense tingled quite a lot when I learnt about this sled race in a tiny village near Paris. Sleds with wheels mind you, surprisingly super fast. They … Continue reading

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Girona Train Station

Huzzah, a little souvenir from last summer’s holidays. A souvenir from the trip back, which is, er, not the best but hey. So yes, the city of Girona in Catalunia has this fancy new big fat train station. It really … Continue reading

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Thunder scaring a wooden window

Oh hey. It’s that time of the year again, when wood and thunder go hand to hand … ? Mh, nevermind, I couldn’t figure out a decent introduction for this post. Here we have, a wooden panel that protects a … Continue reading

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Superstition

Well, were we ever bloody well inspired by a holiday destination : le Jura. A bit of context here : the Jura is one of the mountain regions you hear about in school, but you never ever meet anyone who's … Continue reading

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Ireland

Spring 2014 was good. Yes. I spent most of that time working on the upcoming movie Song Of The Sea by Tomm Moore. I started the season with the coproducer SuperProd sending me over to Ireland, a fantastic occasion to … Continue reading

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Oh hey

Oh hello. I’m just going to wave at Tomm Moore’s blog for “Song of the Sea” I’m working as one of the sound designers on the movie, it’s nice and lovely and brillant. It’s great to do great work on … Continue reading

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