Rodolphe CHABRIER, born in 1964, is a Co-Founder and President of MacGuff, a visual effects company established in 1986. He studied at the Beaux-Arts in Aix en Provence and delved into theater and radio before moving to Paris in the 1980s. He’s a pioneer in morphing and co-directed the first 3D CGI series worldwide, “La vie des bêtes,” with MacGuff. Over two decades, he’s been deeply involved in cinematic visual effects, collaborating with a diverse range of directors. Chabrier is also an enthusiast for new artistic mediums, exploring 3D depth, virtual reality, stage holography, and AI since 2018. He has supervised VFX for numerous films and series, including award-winning projects like “TITANE” at Cannes in 2021. He’s received accolades for his contributions to the field.