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Innovation and creativity is how we approach our work. This is only possible thanks to our highly-motivated team who share a passion for excellence and a commitment to best practice methodologies.
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Stéphane Bezombes, Director

Stéphane Bezombes has spent over ten years designing and developing high-level digital projects in the cultural world. After a degree in engineering INSA-Lyon in Computer Science, Stéphane worked as a multimedia project manager at Montparnasse Multimédia, a cultural multimedia publishing company. From 2002 to 2006, he was in charge of the Musée du quai Branly’s multimedia project for exhibition and interpretation of intangible heritage.
In 2006, he co-founded reciproque with François Forge, using his expertise in museum-related technologies and interpretive content production chains to serve as creative director, providing programming and implementing global solutions for multimedia projects. Stéphane Bezombes is a member of ICOM since 2010.
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François Forge, Director

An engineering graduate of the Ecole Centrale de Lyon, François Forge specialises in visual computing technologies. François has worked successively as a research and development engineer at Thomson Digital Image (TDI), production director at Millimages, and studio director of Exmachina’s motion capture and 3D animation studio. In 2005, he was hired by the Musée du quai Branly to manage the technical development and project monitoring of the museum’s multimedia installations.
In 2006, he co-founded reciproque and has remained Associate Director in charge of development. He defines the strategic approach to the functional, economic and organisational aspects of reciproque’s projects.
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Elsa Bernard, Graphic Designer

With a Visual Communication degree (ESAA Duperré), a Graphic Design and Multimedia Narration Master's degree (Jacques Prévert establishment), and an Arts and Digital Media Master's degree (Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University), Elsa Bernard is a creative confortable in print and digital graphic design skills. She joins reciproque in December 2016, just after her studies, in order to assist the production manager and to bring her talent to the agency.
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Isabelle Jouve, Project manager

Isabelle Jouve is multimedia designer for 10 years. She graduate in history, information-communication (IUP Grenoble) and holds a Master in cultural Multimedia of the University of Paris I, she specializes in mediation of cultural content and knowledge about digital tools. After working in a web agency on behalf of major brands, she founded her own studio Ysalide Multimedia in 2006 where she made more than fifty projects, mainly for museums and scientific institutions, but also cultural heritage institution. She joined reciproque in 2012 where she conducts various consultancy mission and multimedia production design.
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Vincent Levy, Production manager

Vincent Levy is a multimedia producer for over ten years. Man of offshore racing, rock music and multimedia, he returned to publishing cultural in 2000. He worked first at Montparnasse Multimedia, editor of reckoned cultural CR-Rom, as production manager. Then he joined Mindscape, a leading French producer of family video games as responsible for the creation of the cluster production. Leading project teams, he has produced many successful games, for PC, console and mobile platform, and has developed methods of the studio.
Late 2011, he joined reciproque, to strengthen and develop the business of content production.
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Anne Prugnon, Project Manager

Exhibition designer and project manager for more than 10 years, Anne Prugnon is an expert in the mediation of heritage content and user-centric design. After studies at Paris-8 and a Master degree on social issues and communication technologies, Anne joins the Science Museum team in audiovisual and multimedia department and production for 10 years. Since 2018, Anne Prugnon has been Senior Project Manager at Reciproque. His work is focused on issues of interpretation of content and design of information in the exhibition space.
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Sophie Schaffar, Project Manager

Passionate about culture and art, graduate of Ecole Centrale, Sophie Schaffar started at the DAC Marseille where she conducted a study on the valuation of the city's heritage and heritage events in 2016. Convinced of the major value of digital transformation in cultural interpretation and long trends heritage democratization, she joined reciproque in 2017 to design and manage cutting-edge projects.
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Ariane Walgenwitz, Producer

Ariane Walgenwitz has participated in the artistic management and technical supervision of a large number of audiovisual projects. Over the past 10 years, she has honed her skills in computer graphics by participating in the production of several animated series. At reciproque, she places her organisational skills at the service of high-content projects. She coordinates all of the contractors hired for audiovisual content, heritage films, animated films and educational computer games.