Hi, I’m Julie, Visual Design Director at G&A in NYC.
Working with cross-functional teams, I pilot the design of immersive digital experiences in physical spaces for Museums & Brands, with the goal to inspire, educate and create long-lasting memories using a variety of media and technologies, always putting the people first at the heart of my craft.
I believe in visual, motion, sound and touch design to reconnect people with their senses. I find profound satisfaction in solving design challenges and crafting innovative experiences that aren’t just appealing but spark conversations, make a positive impact on the communities and are transformative.
With over 10+ years of experience in interface design and a degree in 3D graphics & Motion design, I have explored a lot of creative fields and hold a strong comprehension of the processes and requirements of interactive experiences in large-scale projects.
Prior to my current position, I worked in Paris for renowned R&D departments in the automotive and luxury industries and led creative projects on the future of in-car interface design for PSA Group premium and concept cars. Before that, I also art directed print and digital projects for Louis Vuitton’s Innovation & Environment Lab, while working on the side as an illustrator for fashion trends bureau, events, press, and magazines.
And also …
I lived in Tokyo, Japan for a year and launched with my partner a screen-printed t.shirt and tote bag brand with my illustrations work — see article here
I art directed for 4 years an Art Fair event in Paris, Le Qu4tre.fr, brought it to life by creating a new brand identity, all marketing collaterals and reaching out to artists and sponsorships.
I have a passion for vintage home furnishing and collect objects all over the globe — see how my partner and I transformed our loft in Paris.
Back in the days, I used to VJ and organize minimal techno parties with my partner in Shoreditch, London and in Tokyo.