Erik Aliocha Anzi

In 1978, after working as an illustrator for 10 years in press and publishing, Erik entered the film and television industry in the United States and Europe as a concept artist and scriptwriter. He has worked as an art director for independent production companies in New York and Los Angeles and has participated as an illustrator in films such as Alien (1979), Conan the Barbarian (1982) and Blade Runner (1982). From 1988, he focuses on storyboarding, screenplay and production, mainly in Europe. In 2010, Erik left the film industry to devote himself to personal projects in illustration, production and writing. In 2015, he imagined with Philippe Plisson the Frankenstein Park and the Frankenstein Center and now devotes himself full-time to their development.

Natasha Devaud

Born and raised in Switzerland, Natasha is a technical director in visual effects for movies and is currently based in San Francisco. After a couple of years at Rhythm & Hues Studios in Hollywood, she has been at Industrial Light + Magic, Lucasfilm’s VFX branch, for the past 22 years. Her credits include several Star Wars, Transformers, Harry Potter and Marvel movies (full filmography here). Natasha holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Graphics from ECAL (Lausanne, Switzerland) as well as a degree in Education and a background in fashion design.

Chris Solarski

Chris Solarski is an artist-game designer and author specializing in transmedia design tools for orchestrating the emotional and physical experience of players. His two books are widely considered essential reading. Chris’ first book – Drawing Basics and Video Game Art (Watson-Guptill 2012) – has been translated into Japanese and Korean and is endorsed by id Software’s cofounder John Romero. His second book – Interactive Stories and Video Game Art (CRC Press 2017) – has been described as gaming’s equivalent to the screenwriting classic, Story, by Robert McKee and is endorsed by film director, Marc Forster. He is currently collaborating with internationally renowned artist, Phil Hale, to develop an indie game based on the iconic Johnny Badhair series of paintings.

Hong Ming Kok

Based in Hong Kong, Kok is an interpreter, translator and screenwriter. In recent years he has organised several international conferences and forums in Geneva, Hong Kong and Vienna on a wide range of topics, such as design technology, inter-city cultural exchange, civil society and NGOs networking and knowledge sharing. He is also active in promoting urban agriculture in Hong Kong. Currently, Kok participates in film and theatre productions.

Rino Brodbeck

In 1978 Rino Brodbeck founded his own firm, the Atelier d’architecture Brodbeck-Roulet, along with Jacques Roulet. Throughout its 40-year history, the firm has made its mark in Geneva and Switzerland with architecture equally recognized for its elegance as its ergonomics. During his career of over 60 years, Rino’s projects have been published multiple times and have garnered several international awards.

Michel Dufourd

Award-winning animation director, graphic designer and story-board artist. As a compulsive designer, Michel expresses himself in the conception and creation of imaginary universes. His long experience in the television field makes him versatile in a wide range of audio-visual techniques with a strong appreciation for the practical demands of production.

Mathieu Maurer Vuille

Former elite athlete and holder of a Master’s degree in Management from HEC, Mathieu Maurer Vuille is a Swiss entrepreneur active in the fields of computer science and Web design. Web designer from 1998, IT specialist from 2003 and company manager from 2006, Mathieu is always eager to find new challenges. He joined Three Golden Doors in 2017 as financial director and head of web development.

Olivier Barbeau

Olivier is a director, a manager, a business developer and a digital artist, always looking to explore new ideas and projects that blend technologies, strong visual art and team management. After a bachelor degree at Emile Cohl (Lyon, France) and a Master Degree in Computer Graphics at ECAL (Lausanne, Switzerland), Olivier moved to Los Angeles to work for Rhythm & Hues Studios on commercials and movies for Universal, Warner, Disney and Sony. Six years later, he moved back to Switzerland, and spent 12 years managing two private art schools focusing on design, architecture, illustration and animation. Naturally, the next step was virtual reality. As a production director and art director at Kenzan Studios in Geneva, Olivier challenged his 25 years of experience in computer animation and dived into this new cutting edge technology. He likes to « lead by example, build by aspiration and create by optimism ».

Stéphane Kalla

Holder of a PhD in Philosophy and Human Sciences, is graduated from the University Jean Moulin Lyon III. He is a lecturer of Philosophy, and French as a foreign language. After having taught within private and public secondary schools in France for a several years, he held the position of a lecturer and teacher-researcher (Philosophy and French as a foreign language) in different schools of higher education abroad, such as the reformed University of Gáspár Károli and the Catholic University of Péter Pázmány (Budapest, Hungary), University of Jiatong (Xi’an, China) and teaches currently at the renowned University of GALATASARAY (Istanbul, Turkey). During each of his tenure’s abroad he was tasked with creating a number of scientific and cultural projects. His role was encouraging the arrangement and organization of international and strategic parternships in the field of Education and Research, promoting the value of interdisciplinarity. Convinced by the necessity to increase partnerships within different fields, he leads a group of researchers. He is also the author and director of a collection of books dedicated to Philosophy and Interdisciplinarity entitled ATOMOS (Edition Jacques André, France, Lyon). Stéphane Kalla is an avid writer and director of numerous Philosophy books, published by the editors “L’Harmattan” (Paris, France) and “Jacques André” (Lyon, France). Currently he is in charge of a cooperative mission of education and language (MICEL) within th GALATASARAY Highschool. He is working on the project GSL ATOMOS, in conjunction with his interdisciplinary studies.

Míra Várbiró

Graduated from the University of Károli Gáspár (Budapest) and specialized in translation studies, Míra is an an Anglo-Hungarian translator and writer. In 2012, she took scriptwriting courses at the Budapest Film Academy (BFA). Apart from creative and screenwriting, she is interested in languages such as French and Russian. Míra Várbiró joined the team to participate in the implementation of the Frankenstein Project in Budapest and to represent Hungary.

Thierry Dougoud

Thierry Dougoud is an entrepreneur who specializes in design, communication, e-shops and musical production. In 2005 he co-founded ADN Concept, an advertising concept company. In 2016, along with Erik Anzi, Thierry co-founded Three Golden Doors. At the same time, he manages a graphic arts business based in Geneva.

Carlos Tan

For 11 years, Carlos Tan has worked for the New York firm Richard Meier & Partners Architects as senior associate. In 2005 he joined the Atelier d’architecture Brodbeck-Roulet where, in his role as project architect, he applied extensive 3D techniques developing designs that sought to balance imagination and pragmatism. For Carlos, architecture is synergistic space, where aesthetics, meaning and function are inseparable. During his career spanning over 25 years, Carlos’ work has been published multiple times and has won several awards.

Philippe Plisson

In 1972, Philippe joined Swiss Television where his primary role is director of photography. At the same time, he dedicates his time to designing television programs and scriptwriting for the film industry. Co-founder of the cultural association l’Oxymore, he now devotes himself to the development of the Frankenstein Center in Geneva.

Erik Aliocha Anzi

In 1978, after working as an illustrator for 10 years in press and publishing, Erik entered the film and television industry in the United States and Europe as a concept artist and scriptwriter. He has worked as an art director for independent production companies in New York and Los Angeles and has participated as an illustrator in films such as Alien (1979), Conan the Barbarian (1982) and Blade Runner (1982). From 1988, he focuses on storyboarding, screenplay and production, mainly in Europe. In 2010, Erik left the film industry to devote himself to personal projects in illustration, production and writing. In 2015, he imagined with Philippe Plisson the Frankenstein Park and the Frankenstein Center and now devotes himself full-time to their development.

Natasha Devaud

Born and raised in Switzerland, Natasha is a technical director in visual effects for movies and is currently based in San Francisco. After a couple of years at Rhythm & Hues Studios in Hollywood, she has been at Industrial Light + Magic, Lucasfilm’s VFX branch, for the past 22 years. Her credits include several Star Wars, Transformers, Harry Potter and Marvel movies (full filmography here). Natasha holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Graphics from ECAL (Lausanne, Switzerland) as well as a degree in Education and a background in fashion design.

Chris Solarski

Chris Solarski is an artist-game designer and author specializing in transmedia design tools for orchestrating the emotional and physical experience of players. His two books are widely considered essential reading. Chris' first book - Drawing Basics and Video Game Art (Watson-Guptill 2012) - has been translated into Japanese and Korean and is endorsed by id Software’s cofounder John Romero. His second book - Interactive Stories and Video Game Art (CRC Press 2017) - has been described as gaming's equivalent to the screenwriting classic, Story, by Robert McKee and is endorsed by film director, Marc Forster. He is currently collaborating with internationally renowned artist, Phil Hale, to develop an indie game based on the iconic Johnny Badhair series of paintings.

Hong Ming Kok

Based in Hong Kong, Kok is an interpreter, translator and screenwriter. In recent years he has organised several international conferences and forums in Geneva, Hong Kong and Vienna on a wide range of topics, such as design technology, inter-city cultural exchange, civil society and NGOs networking and knowledge sharing. He is also active in promoting urban agriculture in Hong Kong. Currently, Kok participates in film and theatre productions.

Rino Brodbeck

In 1978 Rino Brodbeck founded his own firm, the Atelier d’architecture Brodbeck-Roulet, along with Jacques Roulet. Throughout its 40-year history, the firm has made its mark in Geneva and Switzerland with architecture equally recognized for its elegance as its ergonomics. During his career of over 60 years, Rino’s projects have been published multiple times and have garnered several international awards.

Michel Dufourd

Award-winning animation director, graphic designer and story-board artist. As a compulsive designer, Michel expresses himself in the conception and creation of imaginary universes. His long experience in the television field makes him versatile in a wide range of audio-visual techniques with a strong appreciation for the practical demands of production.

Mathieu Maurer Vuille

Former elite athlete and holder of a Master’s degree in Management from HEC, Mathieu Maurer Vuille is a Swiss entrepreneur active in the fields of computer science and Web design. Web designer from 1998, IT specialist from 2003 and company manager from 2006, Mathieu is always eager to find new challenges. He joined Three Golden Doors in 2017 as financial director and head of web development.

Olivier Barbeau

Olivier is a director, a manager, a business developer and a digital artist, always looking to explore new ideas and projects that blend technologies, strong visual art and team management. After a bachelor degree at Emile Cohl (Lyon, France) and a Master Degree in Computer Graphics at ECAL (Lausanne, Switzerland), Olivier moved to Los Angeles to work for Rhythm & Hues Studios on commercials and movies for Universal, Warner, Disney and Sony. Six years later, he moved back to Switzerland, and spent 12 years managing two private art schools focusing on design, architecture, illustration and animation. Naturally, the next step was virtual reality. As a production director and art director at Kenzan Studios in Geneva, Olivier challenged his 25 years of experience in computer animation and dived into this new cutting edge technology. He likes to « lead by example, build by aspiration and create by optimism ».

Stéphane Kalla

Holder of a PhD in Philosophy and Human Sciences, is graduated from the University Jean Moulin Lyon III. He is a lecturer of Philosophy, and French as a foreign language. After having taught within private and public secondary schools in France for a several years, he held the position of a lecturer and teacher-researcher (Philosophy and French as a foreign language) in different schools of higher education abroad, such as the reformed University of Gáspár Károli and the Catholic University of Péter Pázmány (Budapest, Hungary), University of Jiatong (Xi'an, China) and teaches currently at the renowned University of GALATASARAY (Istanbul, Turkey). During each of his tenure’s abroad he was tasked with creating a number of scientific and cultural projects. His role was encouraging the arrangement and organization of international and strategic parternships in the field of Education and Research, promoting the value of interdisciplinarity. Convinced by the necessity to increase partnerships within different fields, he leads a group of researchers. He is also the author and director of a collection of books dedicated to Philosophy and Interdisciplinarity entitled ATOMOS (Edition Jacques André, France, Lyon). Stéphane Kalla is an avid writer and director of numerous Philosophy books, published by the editors "L'Harmattan" (Paris, France) and "Jacques André" (Lyon, France). Currently he is in charge of a cooperative mission of education and language (MICEL) within th GALATASARAY Highschool. He is working on the project GSL ATOMOS, in conjunction with his interdisciplinary studies.

Thierry Dougoud

Thierry Dougoud is an entrepreneur who specializes in design, communication, e-shops and musical production. In 2005 he co-founded ADN Concept, an advertising concept company. In 2016, along with Erik Anzi, Thierry co-founded Three Golden Doors. At the same time, he manages a graphic arts business based in Geneva.

Carlos Tan

For 11 years, Carlos Tan has worked for the New York firm Richard Meier & Partners Architects as senior associate. In 2005 he joined the Atelier d’architecture Brodbeck-Roulet where, in his role as project architect, he applied extensive 3D techniques developing designs that sought to balance imagination and pragmatism. For Carlos, architecture is synergistic space, where aesthetics, meaning and function are inseparable. During his career spanning over 25 years, Carlos’ work has been published multiple times and has won several awards.

Philippe Plisson

In 1972, Philippe joined Swiss Television where his primary role is director of photography. At the same time, he dedicates his time to designing television programs and scriptwriting for the film industry. Co-founder of the cultural association l’Oxymore, he now devotes himself to the development of the Frankenstein Center in Geneva.