Laurène Pijulet-Balmer is a French designer and video director based in London and Paris.
She graduated in Cinema and Video from Panthéon-Sorbonne before studying Communication Design and Digital Media at Central Saint-Martins.
She worked in production at Partizan and as a junior art director for Premiere Heure. She is now working as a junior creative for Jack Morton Worldwide.
Her clients include Paulette Magazine, Benetton’s Fabrica, Nintendo DS, the Advertising Producers Association, Ballad Of and music artists such as Zaza Fournier, Tommy Tempa and Cloud Control.
Her work has been winning two Output Awards in 2011 and has been shown in several festivals and exhibitons including : the 15/15 Film Festival in Sydney, Wolf and Badger’s Summer Residency at Selfridges, the Anti-Design Festival, curated by Neville Brody, Réécrire 5 at Paris's Barbershop and recently the Hospital Club and Hackney Picturehouse in London.
She also loves macarons !