Illustrated here is Envoyons d’l’avant nos gens, using puppets dressed in traditional clothes of the country; Auprès de ma blonde, using drawings made of gouache. —National Film Board of Canada
Born in Montréal in 1921, he also lived in Hull and Laval. He studied at l’École des beaux-arts de Montréal, Sir George Williams College and at l’Université de Montréal.
He was a pioneer and member of management of the following companies: Office national du film, Société Radio-Canada, France-Film, Télé-Métropole, JPL Productions, Paul L’Anglais inc. and Bélaquar Inc. He held the following positions: graphic designer, animator, designer, illustrator, director, producer, director of animated films, actor, presenter, instructor, program director, creative consultant, vice-president and president.
During his career, he was decorator at the Compagnons de St-Laurent, author and illustrator at the François newspaper, creator and producer of the television series “Pépinot et Capucine”, president of the Masse de Beaux-Arts, chairman of the Canadian Broadcast Institute, a visiting professor at the universities of Concordia, Laval and Sainte-Anne, art class teacher at the Centre… read more