Olivier Wicki is an award-winning commercial, music video and film editor who studied graphic design at Geneva’s Ecole des Arts Décoratif. Wicki began his career as a Junior Art Director at famed ad agency, McCann-Erickson, but his passion for editing led him to New York where he quickly established himself as a multi-faceted artistic force at an industry-leading editing company. With a blended vision as both editor and designer, Wicki’s talent and dedication earned him such high-profile clients such as Panasonic, Revlon, and Colgate and afforded him the opportunity to push creative boundaries across media platforms for artists such as Wyclef Jean, The Bravery, U2 and Velvet Revolver. Wicki’s film work includes “Negative Forces”, an edgy documentary revealing 24 hours in NYC’s subway system and the groundbreaking, critically acclaimed film “U23D” on which Wicki collaborated with Bono, U2, directors Catherine Owens and Mark Pellington.
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