Like the “digital natives” who were born with digital and social networks, Jean- Nicholas Guillo does not limit himself only to photography to express his creativity, he is also a videographer, a director and an editor. Beyond his work published in Telerama, Le Monde and other regional magazines, his POM (Small Multimedia Works, shorts photo-movies) are projected at festivals such as Visa pour l’image, or the festival Circulations and alternative cultural venues in Paris. After completing a major in photojournalism and directed various photo report in France and abroad, he started to work on the multimedia development of his subjects. This position led him to work also as director and editor for other institutions and journalists and broadcast formats for Internet, including still image, video and audio. It is with “The Ninth Floor” a multimedia documentary by Jessica Dimmock produced by the multimedia production studio MediaStorm in New York that he discovered a new form of narration. Since then he has continued to explore the potential of these new type of storytelling.
French photojournalists Gerald Holubowicz & Jean-Nicholas Guillo share the contents of their camera bags, which they use for their “Moneyocracy” documentary project.
French photojournalists Gerald Holubowicz & Jean Nicholas Guillo are working on “Moneyocracy”, a transmedia documentary set during the 2012 U.S Presidential race, and have started a Kickstarter campaign to help raise funds to complete their project.