Bruno Aveillan, born in Toulouse, is today one of France’s most distinguished and sought after commercials director. After studying at the School of Fine Arts, Bruno worked in advertising as an Art Director before joining Quad Productions in Paris as a Director.
What inevitably sets Bruno’s work apart from other directors’ is his highly developed artistic sensibility and his innate talent for capturing extraordinary images that leave a lasting impression on the viewer. Having initially studied painting, his success can be attributed to his meticulous attention to detail and to his dexterous choice and devotion in unveiling the exquisite and the aesthetic regardless the subject.
Bruno first made his name in 1998 with awards-winning spots for Perrier ‘La Foule’ and Paco Rabanne’s fragrance ‘XS’. By 2001, he was directing alongside Martin Scorsese, Wong Kar-Wai and Oliver Stone on the high-profile Orange spots for Euro RSCG BETC, Paris. His unsurpassable talent for creating superbly arresting and cinematic spots can be evidenced in his work for Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Shangri-La, l’Oréal, Atlantis, Nintendo, Audi, Lexus, Samsung… more info