Founded in 2000 by Bernard Duguay, the company Lucion brings together a creative team of artists, designers, musicians, filmmakers and screenwriters. Over the past years, Lucion was responsible for more than 350 audiovisual productions, including light installations, architectural projections and interactive terminals, in addition to performing the visual dressing for galas, ceremonies, conferences, plays and fashion shows.
The group’s ideas take shape at Studio 400, an area of 325 square meters located on Hutchison Street in Montreal. The high ceilings give way to the most various experiments, as well as the full implementation of resulting projects.
Lucion is growing in demand across Canada, the Americas and Europe.
- VIDEO MONTAGE
- VIDEO MAPPING
- AUGMENTED REALITY
- CIRQUE DU SOLEIL
- CAISSES DESJARDINS
- ORCHESTRE SYMPHONIQUE DE MONTRÉAL (OSM)
- SOCIÉTÉ DE TRANSPORT DE MONTRÉAL (STM)
- ROGERS AT&T
- PALAIS DES CONGRÈS DE MONTRÉAL
- CONFÉDÉRATION DES SYNDICATS NATIONAUX (CSN)
- SANOFI AVANTIS CANADA
- QUARTIER DES SPECTACLE DE MONTRÉAL
- SNC LAVALIN
After studying film at York University in Toronto, Bernard Duguay has built a successful career in the field of multimedia. His career led him to the position of director for many cultural and corporate events in North America and Europe. Bernard Duguay also managed production teams on more than a dozen projects in museology. He was artistic director for public events such as Canada Day celebrations on Parliament Hill in Ottawa and developed video content and set design for many circus performances, dance routines and opening ceremonies. Bernard Duguay Lucion founded in 2000 and adapted He laid the studio to emphasize the synergy within his creative team, thus promoting teamwork, but also individual creation. Lucion was privileged to count among its customers Cirque du Soleil, the United Nations, Heritage Canada, Desjardins Group, Bell Media and the One Drop Foundation, besides several international festivals such as light from Lyon, Mexico City, Jerusalem and Moscow.
Jacques Augustin holds a Masters in Communications (UQAM-University of Quebec in Montreal, 1997). He has produced and directed numerous documentaries and variety shows for television as President of Vortex from 1976 to 1994, for the Télé-Québec, TVA and CBC networks. In 1995 he was a founder of Intellia (Nurun, Quebecor Media www.nurun.com). In 2000, he set up the training program in interactive media INIS, the National Institute of Image and Sound of Montreal www.inis.qc.ca. It assumes educational leadership until 2004 From 2001 to 2007, he participated in starting and developing NDI Media as Vice President of Business Development www.nditeravision.com. From 2008, he is responsible for business development and production for various companies. He works with Lucion on a regular basis since 2010.