I asked those guys with whom I had the opportunity to make music, to give a few words about their creative experience with me...

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Working in collaboration with Gregoire was certainly a gift.  As the writer and director of the short film Crossroads, it takes trust to collaborate with any of the artists who are involved in bringing your creation to life.  I discovered quite quickly that he brought more than just a professionalism of craft, he also shared his humanity and took the time to understand the theme of the story and its characters.  I believe the greatness of what you create is the evolution of that creation and, with his music and humanity, he certainly found and brought the inner soul of the story and its characters to life.

Sal Petrosino, Director of Film and Animation Operations at the School of Visual Arts, New-York, New Jersey, talking about our collaboration on "Crossroads", a movie he wrote and directed.

 

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As well as having a unique sensitivity that transcends through his music, each note is filled with strength, charm and love, something which you can feel not just in what he creates, but also in who he is. Working with him has been one of the best experiences that I’ve had. ‘On the Seventh Day’ was the short film to which he had heartfelt dedication, so that we fell in love with each and every unique melody from each scene. For me, he is one of the best, and someone I would want to work with a thousand times more…

Pamela Robin, Executive Director at "Arte & Studios", Mexico City, about our collaboration in

"Al Séptimo Día", a movie she wrote, acted and directed.

 

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Attentive , generous and talent.

 

These are the three words that best describe the collaboration with him, when he brought his expertise to the Honduran and Salvadorian directors during the film development workshop that I directed.

 

Serge Rosenzweig, film producer, director, writer,

about "Al Séptimo Día", by Pamela Robin.

 

 

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If I had to recount the memory that I have of my collaboration with him, it would be this: wake up, get up, turn on my phone. Whilst he is connecting online I make my coffee. One of his emails arrives with the music I’d asked for. I press play. Whilst I’m taking my first sips of coffee I say to myself ‘That’s exactly what I wanted…’


Stanislas Bordon, Video Game Designer / Producer

 

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