Gaëlle studied for an MA in Animation at the Royal College of Art, which culminated in her BAFTA winning short FISH NEVER SLEEP. She joined Passion Pictures in 2004 and directed the short film CITY PARADISE that received more than 50 international awards including the Jury Award in Annecy and the Innovation Award in Aspen as well as another BAFTA nomination. In 2006, Gaëlle directed live action short AFTER THE RAIN, commissioned by Cinema Extreme and Film Four.
Gaëlle is currently working on various film projects, including a feature film with Mark Herbert and WARP FILMS, collaborating with writer Kirsty Peart.
She has just collaborated with Tim hope and music composer Richard Thomas on a series of sequences for the Sadler’s Wells show “Shoes” and recently shot a film for StreetWiseOpera and a parody of “Romeo and Juliet” for AIDES campaign.