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For this website, I needed a page about, well, me, and what I enjoy doing. After all, it’s a common exercice on the Internet…
My name is Joachim, I was born in Bordeaux, France on a 3rd of September. I work in Paris, France as a web & motion designer after studying visual communication, with a specialization in animation & multimedia at the ECV in Bordeaux. I learned graphic design, typography, illustration, motion design, 3D, webdesign, lots of things.
I’m currently working for one of the biggest online retailer in France, I create video trailers for the upcoming sales.
During my studies, I created and maintained the first Moleskine-based sketchblog of the personal sketchbooks I kept at that time. That blog, now dead, was featured on such sites as Moleskinerie, Boing Boing or Drawn!, the archives are still online on my Flickr. My sketchbooks
were then exhibited in Hong Kong (MoleskineArt.com proj:Exhibition, 2004) and in London on the Moleskine Detour exhibition following the lauch of the Moleskine City Notebook in 2006.
For two years I’ve also been enjoying photography, as an educated amateur. I’m really into film photography, old cameras, films, everything’s just great about it… I regularly post pictures on my Flickr gallery.
I’ve been active on the web for some years now. I opened my first blog in 2002 : Le Blaugue, par Joachim (aka Le Blaugue à Beleg), and it lasted until last February, when I decided to put it to sleep for the moment. I’m active on Flickr : joachim and Facebook, I have a Tumblr : joachimesque and a Myspace. I’m also on CouchSurfing…
So, you can see I’m creative, curious and open-minded. I might add that I prefer to walk on the middle of the street (when there’s no cars), I like to draw and tell lots of things, and I want to go everywhere. My next big secret project will be… making books! But don’t tell anyone, it’s a secret!
What’s nice with sketchbooks, photos and the Internet, is that I can bring it along in my trip! I’ll have some blank books, two or three cameras (and lots of films), and voilà! My trim around the world has already a more creative aspect, an artistic process… which I’ll be able to document along the way with the Internet. And what’s more, my microsponsors program is part of that process, as I’ll be doing a postcard for each day that will have been financed by someone…
Oh well, I still have some time to write in detail about my sketchbooks and photography.
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