Interview with Cedric Lejeune – Workflow Specialist at Workflowers

Cedric Lejeune, elegantworkflow.com, dave ginsberg, consulting, cloud migration, digital asset management, workflow design, technology updates, Open Stack, user centric solutions, interviews, industry leaders, best practices, editing, DAM, MAM, SAN, NAS, SAAS, PAAS, technology solutionsCédric Lejeune sets up production pipelines and trains people all around the world. He started in 2000 as a Discreet Smoke assistant working on TribalX a complex full CG/MoCap production for children.

In 2000, he became an application engineer for Post Logic Paris and supported a wide range of products: animation, infrastructure, effects and color grading. He was in charge of the implementation of the first industrial digital intermediate pipeline at Éclair Laboratoires in 2002 and configurations in Paris (Mikrosimage, Duboi, Sylicone) and Madrid (Technicolor).

In 2006 he started his own company,Workflowers, to develop consulting and training services, accompany film labs in the transition to digital and helping post-production to step into the film world, specializing in workflows, infrastructures and color science.

Cédric Lejeune is a member of the CST,  has a lectured at Universite´de Valenciennes about technologies and network infrastructures for content creation. He’s also an Autodesk Certified Instructoron Lustre, member of the DKU (Discreet Knowledge Unit) and a color science instructor at the International Colorist Academy.

In our interview with him we discuss the history of digital cinema adoption in Europe, why it never pays to be reactive to workflow challenges and what reading a newspaper and a good workflow have in common.

To find out more about Workflowers and Cerdric’s services you can go to http://www.workflowers.net


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