Thibaut Blanchet
+33 (0)6 59 35 25 81

In 2009, Thibaut started his career as an editor after graduating from film school. He quickly joined Luc Besson’s team and worked with Albert Dupontel and many other directors, on feature films and documentaries.

At the same time, his childhood passion for modeling and his interest in new technologies led him to explore the world of drones. In 2016, he decided to become a professional drone pilot and to meet the requirements of the French Civil Aviation Authority, he underwent professional training and obtained his ULM certificate.
With his certificate in hand, Thibaut joined Tutto Bene where he created and developed the aerial filming department. His piloting skills were confirmed by his first film project for the Haras d’Etreham, which highlighted his in-depth knowledge of framing and pacing acquired over the years in the editing room.
Since then, institutional clients such as Eiffage Génie Civil have trusted him to work on the titanic construction sites of the Grand Paris Express. These construction sites, such as the future Saint-Denis Pleyel station, have extraordinary technical and administrative constraints.
Thibaut’s wide range of skills and expertise, both in film editing and aerial photography, make him a highly sought-after talent. His ability to combine technical precision and artistic sensibility has earned him a reputation as a creative and innovative force.
The exhibition on the Luxembourg Garden railings, organized by L’Usine Nouvelle in 2019, was an opportunity to showcase his work alongside the greatest photographers such as Yann Arthus-Bertrand.

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Bernard Tréhout
+33 (0)6 09 12 10 35

When he was a law student, Bernard thought that the civil code was too deprived of images. As a young lawyer, he stopped in Paris once and met a film producer who suggested he took part in the shooting of an ad clip. It suddenly clicked.

And that was the beginning of a long, passionate story with the world of images and events.
Since the very beginning of his career, Bernard has been working in all fields : ad clips and photo shoots, short, medium and full-length films, corporate videos and video clips. He has worked for French and foreign customers, most often, Japanese. That was the time when he met Kazu, who worked with him in various projects.
When Bernard established Tutto Bene in 1992, he was one of the first to open a photo section in a production company. Since the creation of the company, he has dealt with still and moving images with the same professionalism and commitment. He always puts that rule into practice.
As he had regularly gone mountaineering since his childhood, summer and winter alike, he was very naturally inclined to manage photo shoots in that type of environment.
In 1996, along with his activities in the audiovisual media, his passion for organizing led him to collaborate with event agencies. He discovered exhibitions, road shows, fashion shows, corporate travels and seminars. He very quickly realized that the logistics, although crucial, were not taken care of in a satisfactory way. He thus decided to become a logistics flow specialist.
In 2016, in order to expand the range of services offered to customers, he decided to create a department that was dedicated to aerial shots taken by drone. He entrusted the development to Thibaut.
Today Bernard is juggling his career as an image producer and as a logistics manager with the same energy and enthusiasm. He is a man on the field, with an experience of more than 450 projects, and devotes his full knowledge of the event, travel, audiovisual, advertising and communication sectors to advertising agencies and companies.

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