Workflow consultant for high-end VFX and digital cinema, managing director of Workflowers, Cédric Lejeune works around the world setting complex pipelines and training people to get the best out of them.
Cédric began in 2000 as a Smoke artist and later became an application engineer for the french Discreet/Autodesk reseller. He was in charge of the implementation of the first ever industrial DI pipeline at Eclair Laboratoires in 2002 and then different configurations in Paris (Mikrosimage, Duboi, Sylicone) and Madrid (Technicolor).
In 2006 he started his own company, Workflowers, to provide services to postproduction and DI facilities all around the world. He helps film labs in their transition to digital and also postproduction facilities to step into the film world. His expertise on pipelines and colour science helped to build several complex pipelines from Australia (Efilm, Digital Pictures) to Mexico (Lupe Post), thru Moscow (Cinelab), Copenhagen (Filmek), Paris (Film Factory), Montreal (Fake), LA (Technicolor)…
In 2008 Workflowers released the first plugin pack for Autodesk Lustre, extensively used on commercials and feature films (CinePostProduction Berlin, Technicolor Montreal…)
More recently Cédric has been involved in the management of colour in a more global approach, from camera to deliverables, to provide consistency and maximum quality (high dynamic range) throughout the post production process.
By listening to people and understanding their work, Cédric Lejeune brings a much appreciated human approach to technology.
Web site: www.WorkFlowers.net
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