Director Camille Marotte joins The Sweet Shop for representation in Asia and MENA

CamilleMarotte2.jpgThe Sweet Shop has added Camille Marotte to their roster of international talent. The Paris-based director comes with an impressive resume of over 100 different projects that combine skills as a director, cinematographer, editor, and animator to craft a body of work distinctive for its naturalistic style and cinematic feel.

With a focus on fashion and beauty related content, Marotte's strength lies in his ability to combine stunning visuals with deep technological know-how in order to create breathtaking, poetic images that have strong emotional resonance. These skills have helped him earn a long list of world-class clients including Maybelline, Garnier, Citroën, Bose, Ralph Lauren, and Calvin Klein. 
"I was very drawn to The Sweet Shop's premium body of work," says Marotte (pictured) of his decision to sign with the global multimedia company. "Their worldwide team has a reputation for being at the top of their class."

"We're absolutely thrilled to have Camille join our roster for The Sweet Shop Asia. His creativity and passion for his craft have helped him develop a style that is truly unique. We look forward to the collaboration," says Claire Davidson, Executive Producer of The Sweet Shop Asia/MENA.

The Sweet Shop's CEO/Founding Partner Paul Prince commented, "Camille Marotte is a world class talent with an eye for beauty. Combine that with his restless desire to innovate and you have someone who fits The Sweet Shop. We are excited to welcome him to our family."

Marotte's signing is yet another indication of The Sweet Shop's continued commitment to expanding talent and developing directors who have a strong voice with skills spread across the industry.

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