Hi there, I’m Antoine, a French designer turned journalist and filmmaker. I work with reporters teams that make investigative news videos & documentaries, often unpacking important news stories or revealing wrongdoing. I specialize in using emerging techniques in visual forensics, 3D modelling, open source evidence, motion graphics, to communicate complex information in the clearest possible form.

Some of these works have been noticed by the GIJN ‘The Shameful Mistake'(Le Monde)
GIJN‘s Best Investigative Stories in French, 2021
, the Amnesty Media Awards◾︎ ‘Finding my Torturer’ (BBC), ‘Best Investigation’, 2023
◾︎ ‘Lagos Inferno’ (BBC) ‘Broadcast News’ 2021
and the DIG Awards ◾︎ ‘Nemtsov’s Shadow’ (BBC), Best Investigative Medium, 2022
◾︎ ‘The Shameful Mistake’ (Le Monde), Jury’s Mention, 2022
◾︎ ‘Lagos Inferno’ (BBC), Best Investigative Medium, 2021

In the last few years, I have mostly worked with BBC Eye Investigations, as well with Le Monde, Libération, Mediapart and Forensic Architecture. Between 2016 and 2019, I held a motion graphics reporter position at Le Monde. And prior journalism, I worked for seven years as a video maker & motion designer in various contexts, alongside traveling the world to document breaking, my long-time passion.

I teach visual storytelling, videomaking and motion design – in the past at ESJ Lille, CFJ Paris, RNW Media, MMI Bordeaux… I also make a series of tutorials on Youtube.

For any enquiry, just drop me an email. ✌️

Latest news

◾︎ 28 April 2023: we learned last month that the two Russian police officers, subjects of our documentary Finding my Torturer and responsible for arbitrary detentions, torture and other degrading treatment, got sanctionned by the EU.

Alongside, the film recently received an Amnesty Media Awards and a BBC News Award.

Apart from those news, I’m currently working on a new story for the BBC. On the side, I’m writing a documentary project about breaking. I will be open to new projects from September 2023.

◾︎ 4 April 2023: I worked hard in the last few days, with a team of journalists at Libération, to publish a 7 minutes piece on the Sainte-Soline events. It unpacks how an activist was severely wounded (vital prognosis engaged) by French police during a protest against a large water retention basin. You can watch it here.