Jean-François Bourrel

Founder & Executive Producer

Nicolas De Rosanbo

Founder & Executive Producer

Corry Van Rhijn

Executive Producer

Alexandra Roussel

Executive Producer

Céline Vanlint

Creative Development
Film Production Coordinator

Emilie Walmsley

Animation Executive Producer

Paul Le Baron

Music Video Producer

About us

Eddy is a production company founded by Jean-François Bourrel and Nicolas de Rosanbo. Built upon the former "Chez Eddy" studio and its 13 years experience in design and production, the house develops projects of emerging artists spotted for their strong and unique visual identities. We guide our roster of talents in the writing process of short films and music videos, giving them opportunities to bring their distinctive touch to advertising campaigns. We believe that this approach allows us to produce audacious, accurate and director-driven projects.

Danone Bio - Tribe Local

Olivier Lescot, Olivier Lescot

GWR - Five and the missing jewels

Pete Candeland


Agency : adam&eveDDB

Group Executive Creative Director: Ben Tollett
Chief Creative Officer: Richard Brim
Creatives: Matt Woolner & Steve Wioland
Managing Partner: Paul Billingsley
Account Director: Fay Taylor
Account Manager: Max Sullivan
Account Executive: Jake Gidley
Planning Director: Michelle Gilson
TV Producer: Louise Richardson
Print Producer: Kim Marshall
Digital Producer: Marceline Le Gaufey
Assistant Digital Producer: Lucy Trower
Head of Design: Paul Knowles
Studio Manager: Dave Callow
Senior Creative Artworker: Sam Stabler
Digital Design Lead: Adrian Baker
Digital Designer: Jennifer Slack
Digital Animator: Tom Lockwood
Media agency: Wavemaker
Managing Partner: Nola Calladine
Account Director: Alex Brown
Licensor: Enid Blyton Entertainment, Hachette
Head of Licensed Content: Karen Lawler

Media agency: Wavemaker
Managing Partner: Nola Calladine
Account Director: Alex Brown
Licensor: Enid Blyton Entertainment, Hachette
Head of Licensed Content: Karen Lawler


Director: Pete Candeland

Production Company: Friends Electric
Technical Director: Neil Riley
Executive Producer: Ryan Goodwin-Smith, Belinda Blacklock
Producer: Sian Jenkins, Adriana Wong
Print Producers: Maryam Anibaba, Jen Coatsworth, Orlaith Turner
Production Assistant: Maryam Anibaba
Production Intern: Jacquelyn Daum
Art Direction & DMP: Painting Practice, Billy Stockwell
Character Design: Kristian Antonelli
Storyboard Artist: Yohann Auroux
Editor: Brian Raess

Post Production Company: Electric Theatre Collective
2D Lead: Taran Spear
2D Compositors: Alex Prod'Homme, Courtney Pryce, Max van Leeuwen, Tom Humphrey 
Lead Animators: Paul Tempelman, Steve Beck
2D Animators: Daryl Graham, Tim Sanpher, Eleonora Quario
CG Leads: Annie Rowland, Sergio Morales Paz 
CG Artists: Joffrey Zeitouni, Lou Thomas, Paco Rocha, Stephane Renaldi, Borja Massa, Dana DiGioia, Joao Pires, Ashley Anderson, Gregory Martin, Daniel Rico, Hillary McCarthy, Kimon Matara, Interference Pattern

Colourist: Lewis Crossfield

Sound Studio: 750MPH
Sound Design & Mix: Sam Ashwell & Mark Hellaby
Audio Producer: Mary-Ann D’Cruz
Music Supervision Company: Theodore
Music Supervisors: Tom Stanford

GWR - Five on a great western adventure

Pete Candeland


Group Chief Creative Officer: Ben Priest 
Executive Creative Director: Ben Tollett 
Chief Creative Officer: Richard Brim 
Creative Directors: Steve Wioland & Matt Woolner  Managing Partner: Paul Billingsley 
Account Director: Fay Taylor
Planning Director: Michelle Gilson 
TV Producer: Louise Richardson 
Assistant TV Producer: Natasha Alderson 
Print Producer: Nicola Applegate 

Producer: Sian Jenkins, Therese Mayer
DMP: Billy Stockwell 
Editor: Brian Raess 
2D Lead: James Belch
2D Compositors: Tane Welham, Alex Grey,Tom Humphrey, Chris Fraser, Reynold Rodrigues, Sarah Crux, Ryan Knowles
2D Animation: Tim Sanpher, Daryl Graham, Ludivine Berthouloux, Conor Ryan, Johnathon Wren, Brendan Amphlett 
CG Leads: Remi Dessignes, Dean Robinson, James Sindle, Paul Templeman
CG Artist: Sergio Morales, Joao Pires, Jordan Dunstall, Tobin Brett, Kimon Matara, Hannah Bahyan, Max Johnson, Annie Rowland, Corrine DeOrsay, Laurent Wassouf, Davide Doni, Andre Correira, George Savvas, Lewis Jones, Thanos Topouzis, Ben Brigham, Abner Marin, Jack Enever, Patrick Warner, Toshihiro Sakamaki, Greg Gutkin, Hannah Smith, Floyd Raymer,Conor Ryan, Steve Beck, Aziz Kocanaogullari, Ashley Anderson, Benjamin Tron, Pierre Plouzeau 

Colourist: Lewis Crossfield 

Media Planner: Nola Calladine (Managing Partner), Chris Greer (Business Director) and Alex Brown (Planning Director) 

750 MPH 
Sound Design & Mix: Sam Ashwell
Producer: Mary- Ann D'Cruz

Theodore Tom Stanford PRODUCTION
Friends Electric 
Director: Pete Candeland 
Executive Producer: Alex Webster, Belinda Blacklock
Technical Director/ VFX Superviser: Neil Riley
Producer : Lisa Hill  
Print Producers: Orlaith Turner, Doireann de Buitlear
Production Assistant: Maryam Anibaba 

Painting Practice
Painting Practice
Daniel Cacouault 

Kristian Antonelli  

Brendan Houghton  

Make them Giants

Elliot Dear

Elliot's innate ability to produce films that feel timeless is really evident in this rousing, emotionally charged campaign for O2, official sponsors of the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Mixing beautiful hand drawn animation with subtle, cutting edge CG techniques, Elliot and his incredible team crafted something truly cinematic. Watching this, you can tell that it is a film that was made with a tremendous amount of care and love.

Imaginary Friend Society - Feeling Sad

Uri Lotan

Hornet, Eddy and Uri Lotan were tapped by RPA to participate in their film series for the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. Cancer is scary and overwhelming in itself, but to be diagnosed as a child can be even more terrifying, as well as incredibly confusing. By creating a group of characters called the Imaginary Friend Society, RPA embraced the task and conceived these films to help teach kids about the process of cancer treatment in a compassionate and yet realistic manner.

There is an emotional clarity to Uri’s work and a true intentional craft to his characters' actions. The piece chosen for Uri was Feeling Sad. And what is sadness? It is such a broad topic, yet RPA and Uri did a fantastic job writing the script and developing the direction. We were drawn to this film as it had a depth and an intelligence to its approach to sadness. These are kids that we are speaking to, and yet we do not want to speak down to them, thus the tone of the film had to feel real and honest.

For Hornet, this work was deeply personal. As with most people nowadays, many of our team have been touched by cancer, so there was not a hesitation to dive right in and be a part of it. And being a pro bono film, it was a true investment of our time, Uri's time and the entire studio's time. It was an honorable task to create a film that can help these children navigate the immensity of emotions, and still present it in a tone that is approachable and graspable.


Production Co: Hornet 
Director: Uri Lotan 
Writers: Uri Lotan & Kristin Labriola 
Executive Producer: Hana Shimizu
Head of Production: Sang-Jin Bae
Development Producer: Kristin Labriola 
Producer: Cathy Kwan
Editor: Stephanie Andreou
Designers: Oren Haskins, Michelle Kwon
Storyboard Artist: Uri Lotan, Yoav Shtibelman

Eddy (Environment Visual Development)
Executive Producer: Lars Wagner
Line Producer: Julie Bellemare
CG Lead: Jean-Charles Kerninon
Designer: Lucas Durkheim
Pre-Viz/Modeling/Rendering/Compositing: Mathieu Maurel

CG Lead / Look Dev / Lighting & Rendering / Compositor: Richard Kim 
Character TD: Michael Altman
CG Character Supervision: Javier Leon
Character Modeling/Texturing/Shading: Marta Pombo, Esau Perez, Javier Clavain
Pre-Viz: Andrew Boccio, Anthony Travieso, Gabe Askew
Animators: Andrew Boccio, Anthony Travieso, Dylan Reid, Jonathan Muller, Keith Osborn 
Look Dev, Lighting & Rendering/Compositor: Christine Kim
VFX: Gabe Askew
Look Dev Apprentice: Thao Dan Nguyen Phan 

Music & Sound Design: Ambrose Yu
VO Record: Lime Studios
VO Talent: Grahame Wood, Beau Stephenson, Diego Alexander

Jason Sperling – SVP / Chief, Creative Development
Fabiano De Queiroz – Creative Director / Art
Mike Van Linda – Creative Director / Copy
Kirk Williams – Associate Creative Director / Art
David Fredette – Associate Creative Director / Copy
Ricardo Gurgel – Senior Art Director
Juarez Rodrigues – Senior Art Director
Darien Campbell – Copywriter
Brent Singer – Creative Director / Art
Chris Bradford – Associate Creative Director / Copy
Joshua Hepburn - Copywriter
Gary Paticoff – SVP / Chief Production Officer
Ryan Radley - Producer
Maria Del’Homme – VP / Director of Business Affairs
KK Davis – Associate Director, Business Affairs
Jane LoSasso – Account Director
Jane Han – Account Executive

Typorama "Out of Africa"

Marie & Lucas


Réalisation : Lucas Malbrun, Marie Larrivé
Production : Darjeeling Prod

John Lewis - The Bear and the Hare

Elliot Dear

A one-of-a-kind transatlantic collaboration between Elliot and Yves Geleyn, the Bear and The Hare has become one of the best loved Christmas commercials of recent years. Created by placing 2d cutouts of the characters into real sets and then animating in-camera, this groundbreaking film used techniques that hadn’t ever been tried on this scale. The results are breathtaking; Aaron Blaise’s (The Lion King, Pocahontas) character designs spring to life under Elliot’s direction. A film to warm even the coldest heart. 

MDP - Jean-Paul Gaultier - Paris

Hugo Ramirez

The collaboration between La Monnaie de Paris and Jean-Paul Gaultier had started with the creation of 12 coins inspired by the city of Marseille. It goes on with a new collection, this time dedicated to the city of Paris. The promotional films for these collections around France are signed by Hugo Ramirez and Eddy.

For this project, the director’s main inspiration was the movie Soy Cuba, which became iconic for it’s long and bold sequence-shots.

Through flight-over effects, we follow the chase of Jean-Paul Gaultier’s iconic ‘Man’ and ‘Woman’, from indoor to outdoor decors and from one historical landmark to the other. Olivier Lescot, animation supervisor at Brunch Studio, succeeds in using 2D animation techniques to give a sense of complete freedom while dealing with a complex subject.

The graphic universe has once again been created by the illustrator Leïla Courtillon, with the input of Jean-Paul Gaultier for the details in clothing and particularly the woman’s corset. The pop-style soundtrack was composed by musician Spock. This campaign is conceived by the agency La Chose.


Produced by Eddy
Directed by Hugo Ramirez
Designed by Leïla Courtillon
Animated at Brunch Studio
Animation Supervised by Olivier Lescot

Client: Monnaie de Paris
Agency: La chose

Le Mans 1955

Quentin Baillieux

The 24 Hours of Le Mans, 1955. 300,000 spectators are watching from the sidelines. It is 6:00 PM when Pierre Levegh’s car ploughs into the spectator stands, scattering the crowd with his car engine’s hot debris. It is a tragedy that will cost more than 80 lives. And yet, the race goes on. At Mercedes, a friend and co-pilot of Pierre Levegh’s is ready to take the relay. His name is John Fitch.