Our productions feature the most fascinating species filmed in 360° in their environment. The spectators are fully immersed in an intimate encounter with wildlife thanks to virtual reality headsets made available in dedicated locations.
The Wild Immersion Team
After several experiences in entrepreneurship, Grégoire wished to join an ambitious and resolutely forward-looking project. Passionate about nature and RV technologies, Grégoire joined Wild Immersion as CEO to get involved in a project that has meaning and impact. Grégoire mobilizes the skills he acquired during his career by developing successful start-ups. He holds a master's degree in innovation management from Paris Dauphine University.
Former veterinarian and publicist, Adrien created Wild Immersion in 2017. With the first virtual reserve, he wants to develop an experience that educates and connects people to wildlife, and eventually funds the protection of real natural reserve. Endorsed by Dr. Jane Goodall, this initiative allows Adrien to focus not only on the preservation of wild animal habitats and species, but also - and most importantly - on the relationship between humanity and the natural world. With the growing success of Wild Immersion, Adrien wishes to develop new projects, all bearing the same goal: connecting humans and nature, and raising awareness about wildlife conservation.
Raphaël's vocation for the image is rooted in his childhood: he always knew he would become a director. After studying at ESRA-Paris, he had a series of experiences: editor, rigging technician, chief operator and director. Adventurous, passionate, entrepreneur, he travels the world with his camera. In 2015, he founded the production company BRAINWORKS and is the ultimate referent in terms of images. Sharp on all the latest image technologies, he knows how to capture the essential as well as the most unsuspected sequences, with fluidity and a heightened sense of cinematographic aesthetics. In 2017 he co-founded Wild Immersion for which he co-directed and post-produced the first 10 films in 360 degrees.