Louis Décamps began his career in Paris during the golden years of advertising and has worked in New-York, London, Madrid and Tokyo.

In 1998 his winning the Picto Prize led to an introduction to the Gallery Alain Blondel. 

His mastering of a Surrealist mise en scène as well as the poetic fantasy that mark his work was quickly highly saught after; creating a timeless blueprint that made it’s mark with campaigns for Absolut Vodka, Cacharel, Canal +, Air France, La Redoute, Danone, Minelli, Printemps Homme, Decathlon, Galeries Lafayette, Gaspard Yurkievich, Play Station, Tagheur, Audemars Piguet, Alain Figaret, FNAC, , Diesel, Heinz, Giorgio Beverly hills, Rover, Barney’s, Club Med and Volkswagen. 

Along side this  he has directed films for brands, and continues to develop a solid and loyal collaboration with magazines such as Citizen K, Soon, Rosebuzz, Elle Italie as well as Quest, Wound, WWD and Milk Magazine


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