Bruno Aveillan / Advertising Doyens

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I'll introduce you to another interesting person. Communications Artist Bruno Aveillan.

After graduating from the Ecole Supérieure des Beaux Arts in Toulouse, he joined Quad Productions in Paris in 1995. Since then, Orange, Chanel, Cartier, Lanvin, Perrier, Louis Vuitton, Audi, Nike, Paco Rabanne, Shangrila, Lexus, Guerlain, Rochas, Jaguar, Samsung, Nissan, Time Warner, Volvo, Miller, Nintendo, Coca-Cola, He directed short experimental films and international commercials for clients such as BMW.

In 1999, Aveillan headed the new division of CNP advertising after directors Lars von Trier and Roland Joffé.

He also directed the launch commercial for Lanvin perfume "Oxygène" and made it to the big screen for the first time.

Throughout Aveillan's career, Monica Bellucci, Rachel Weisz, Freida Pinto, Natalia Vodianova, Claudia Schiffer, Shalom Harlow, Karlie Kloss, Lara Stone, Natasha Poly, Liya Kebede, Amy Smart, Tina Balthazar, Sharon Stone, Catherine Hurley, Milla Jovovich, Leila Bekhti , Jessica Stam, Bianca Balti, Inna Zobova, Louise Pedersen, Julia Stegner, Estelle Lefébure, Elsa, Mylène Farmer, Morgane Dubled, Vlada Roslyakova, Sunniva Stordahl, Virginie Ledoyen, etc. worked with celebrities.

He directed Magnum's ”5 senses” experimental advertisement and received the Montreux Gold Award and the European Effie Awards.

In 2007, he directed a Flash animated television series and the television commercial series Robotskin.

Aveillan directed the first brand campaign for Louis Vuitton in 2008: Translated into 14 languages with the motto "Where will life take you", the film won many international awards.

In 2009, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in the Louvre made a retrospective of major exhibition works devoted to cinema in advertising.

In 2010 he shot the first brand film for Shangri-La, which metaphorically presents a philosophy infused with generosity and humanism. (It tells the story of a man who was adopted and rescued by wolves.)

In 2012, the short film chronicling the 165-year history of L'Odyssee Cartier was first shown on February 29, 2012 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. This movie was watched by 180 million viewers worldwide and received more than 40 gold awards.

In 2013, Aveillan's photography and artwork was published in VICTOR Book, edited by Hasselblad alongside artists and photographers such as Alec Soth, Steve McCurry or David Hockney.

In 2017, Aveillan led the French Road Safety campaign, the most awarded campaign of the year, with 6 Lions Cannes and more than 39 international awards worldwide, including the title "Best ad of the year in France".

By making films on behalf of NGOs such as Aveillan, Reporters Without Borders, Paralympic Games, Food Bank; supports its actions. He is also the ambassador of The Heart Fund.

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