Benoit Mallory Tételin first began working in the Art department for directors such as Woody Allen, Sofia Coppola and Clint Eastwood on features such as Marie Antoinette, Les Misérables or Midnight in Paris. For 10 years, his sense of aesthetics led him to regularly direct films for luxury fashion brands such as Dior, Louis Vuitton, L’Oréal and Christian Louboutin among others. Along the way, his projects allowed him to work with influential figures like Dita Von Teese, Arielle Dombasle, Mika and Léa Seydoux… Benoît also enjoys directing commercial series. He directed 150 films for Paco Rabanne (shot in 8 countries and sometimes with a set-up of more than seven cameras). He started directing after having been nominated best director in his class at the Institut International de l’Image et du Son. His first short - Le fil des coups - was screened in 30 festivals in over 20 countries and was awarded 5 times with a Jury Prize. His work on in Los Angeles on US series was recognized in 2019 by the Art Director's Guild.