Flavie Trichet-Lespagnol is a photographer, filmmaker and creative consultant. She was born in 1987, and graduated at the age of 20 from Les Gobelins, École de l'Image, a Parisian school dedicated to the visual arts. She is based in Paris.
Her visual work, whether it is video production or photography, embraces a wide range of subjects that vary from documentary to portraits.
The commissioned work covers image and video making for digital or print creative and corporate communication. Her past and current clients include: Shiseido, Thierry Mugler, Netflix France, Google France, Samsung Business France, Panasonic, UGC Distribution, Metropolitan Films, The Walt Disney Company France, Paramount Pictures, Martell, Grand Marnier, Saemes, Outscale, Jacuzzi, SFR, Emera, Latam, ESCP London Business School.
In 2017, Flavie Trichet-Lespagnol developed video contents for a play entitled "Bois Impériaux" - written by Pauline Peyrade, staged by Das Plateau - which premiered in February 2018, at POCHE/GVE in Geneva.
In june 2018, Flavie Trichet-Lespagnol had her first exhibition show in Paris called "Yazd, mon amour" around her work made in Iran.
Among Flavie Trichet-Lespagnol's personal projects is "Looking for Nostalgia", a web series of an explorative travel documentary looking at our personal memories and uncovering the timelessness of Nostalgia in the context of the digital world we live in today.