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Arnaud Boutin is a filmmaker, illustrator and a founding partner of AB/CD/CD, a film production company formed in 2009 with partners Clement Dozier and Camille Dauteuille.
He began his filmmaking career working for Kuntzel+Deygas, where he produced the opening title sequence for the film “Catch Me If You Can,” and contributed to the illustrations for Colette’s whimsical mascots, Caperino and Peperone.
With AB/CD/CD, Boutin has produced music videos for such artists as The Postal Service, Lily Allen, Kasabian, Uffie and Two Doors Cinema Club; fashion films for prominent online publications, including i-D and Vogue; and commercial spots for American Express, Samsung, Axe and Smirnoff, among many others.
An accomplished illustrator, Boutin has had work published internationally and is frequently seen in the French and American editions of Vogue.
Boutin studied fine arts at L’ENSAAMA Olivier de Serres and Lycée de Sèvres and studied animation at Les Gobelins.