Christophe Jacquelin
Music Composer

Christophe Jacquelin is a talented music composer, symphonist, sound designer and arranger.

He first became associated with the film industry in 2001 while writing the emotional score for the first IMAX theatre film produced and directed by the Mantello Brothers, "Ocean Wonderland 3D" (2003).

Two years later, Jacquelin released a second powerful original motion picture soundtrack, "Sharks 3D" presented by Jean-Michel Cousteau, which was described as "stirring" by industry publication Box Office Magazine. This was followed by "Dolphins and Whales 3D" (2008), his third original soundtrack for 3D Entertainment Distribution’s underwater series.

In 2010, Christophe composed the music for his first feature length film, "Ocean World 3D", the theatrical rights to which were acquired by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures and Wild Bunch in 2009 and 2010 respectively.

He runs his own recording studio and post-production facility, Studio Helios XVI, founded in 1983, and has since been composing, arranging and mixing original music for documentaries, animated and corporate films, commercials, games, and interactive media, including the 2007 album "Leaving the Ozone" featuring Dannielle Gaha.

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