graphic designer

Xavier studied graphic design between 2013 and 2016 at the École Supérieure des Arts et Techniques, Paris. 

After an internship at the Malte Martin studio, he worked for a year on projects in several agencies as a junior art director or graphic design exec. He worked on the sets of the movie "le chant du loup" released in 2018. He begins his collaboration with the company c-album in September 2017. 

He works for different projects, such as the signage of the new headquarters of the National Cinema Center, a building of 11,000 m2, which also touches on window dressing and motion design. 
He then collaborates with Tiphaine Massari for the realization of the graphic design of the exhibition "Chambord, l'Utopie à l'œuvre" in Blois at the Chateau of Chambord.In parallel to these different projects, he works on several declensions, both animated and printed for the CNC or the Louis-Vuitton Foundation. 
Since September 2018, he has been working on the signage of the new RATP building, Val Bienvenüe, in Fontenay-sous-bois. 
In 2019, he collaborates with Sabrine Sidki for the graphic identity of the European Days of Archaeology.