Franck Guedj

Franck Guedj

Born in 1969, in the south of France, self-taught, Franck Guedj wrote a career at the age of 22 in the field of video clips in collaboration with Michel Gondry in the audiovisual production company "Midi Minuit".
Nikon offered by his mother was his first photographic experience started at the age of 11.

A 24-year-old passionate about photos, video, computer graphics, special effects, integrating computer science, he created his multimedia company specialized in the realization of website, animated films, multimedia project, institutional film and reports for the Canal group More.
Subsequently, he evolves in the specialized computer as "publisher" in the field of image and digital marketing, which allows him to carry out major projects in digital marketing and to broadcast a multichannel advertising campaign large group .

In parallel with his activity, he identifies himself with the action film with the GIGN, the RAID and the KIA with a quality of director in a project of average film "LINK" which associates the action film and the humanitarian for the French Red Cross for the benefit of the Margency Children's Hospital.

He then directed video portraits of art craftsmen, films on ecology, travel, and extreme sports with a purely artistic and cinematographic approach.

In 2016, he focuses 100% on his first passion: photography and filmmaking.

In 2018, in partnership with Canon France, Franck Guedj proposes a 100% video artistic approach in the field of fiction film with "Mouvement 3.0", an association of major brands and digital marketing techniques for a webcast and social networks the result was spectacular with 750,000 views in just a fortnight.
In 2019, his photographic work is announced by the first contemporary art gallery Artsper, the European leader in the sale of contemporary art online, which allows him to exhibit his art photos since October 2019.

His curiosity, generosity and creativity make him an atypical and current artist, able to create unique works combining elegance and modernity.