As a graduate of the Institut des Études Politiques de Paris, with a Master's in International Relations awarded in Boston, Marie-Célie Guillaume started her career in 1993 working for Regards International, a communications consultancy. After spending several years working within the Ministry of Local Freedom and then the Ministry of Industry, she was appointed, in 2007, Director of Office of the Hauts-de-Seine Departmental Council where she went on to follow major projects in the Île-de-Frances and matters regarding La Défense.
In 2012, she set up LBP, a firm specialised in local development consultancy, for companies and local authorities, before joining Defacto in 2014 as Managing Director. With a keen interest in urban art and culture, she works tirelessly to enhance the La Défense district, facilitate users' mobility and blend culture with the world of business.
VuTheara Kham is a French photographer of Cambodian origin based in Paris who is fascinated by light, street photography and urban landscapes. In January 2011, he started out with his smartphone in the streets of Paris and began to upload his photos to Instagram. He honed his practice over the years and after trips, he published 'Point of Vuth' in 2013, a book comprising his best photos published by Editions de La Martinière. He is now the most influential French Instagrammer, with 1.3 million followers.
Serge Clémente graduated from the École Nationale des Arts et Métiers (ENSAM) and holds a DESS from the Institut d’Administration des Entreprises (IAE Paris, France). As Chairman of Indigo, he is interested in all forms of urban mobility and their constant changes in response to those of cities. With a keen interest in new technology for the benefit of uses and users, he is inspired by developments related to smart cities, connected and autonomous vehicles as well as individual mobility.
Dominique Perrault is an internationally-acclaimed architect from Clermont-Ferrand. He graduated in architecture at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris. In 1989, he was selected by an International Jury and entrusted with designing La Bibliothèque Nationale de France, which is now one of France's most impressive contemporary buildings. He then went on to complete innovative projects like the Olympic Velodrome and Olympic Swimming Pool in Berlin and the Ewha Womans University in South Korea. For Dominique, every new project represents a technical challenge which he overcomes with inventiveness. His noteworthy projects include the Court of Justice of the European Union, the 250 meter high DC Tower in Vienna as well as the repurposing of La Poste du Louvre building.
Mexican-born Paul Valencia graduated from the École Nationale d’Ingénieurs de Saint-Etienne in France and the London Business School in London. He started out his career as a works engineer on projects in Spain and then went on to work in London a few years before returning to France and becoming Director of International Affairs at Indigo. Regardless of the position held, Paul has a keen interest in urban infrastructure, cities and their buzzing atmosphere and everything which makes up cultural diversity in our world. From Asia to South America and Russia, Paul travels across the world and has a keen interest in new forms of mobility and new urban uses.
A great adventurer and keen athlete, aged 20, he completed a world tour on a bike and then, later on, crossed the United States on a fully electric scooter. Benjamin also graduated from CELSA in Paris and built his career in communications in various international groups including Renault and SAUR. As the current Director of Communications, he is becoming particularly sensitive of all forms of urban mobility, at the heart of values of Indigo, the global leader in parking and individual mobility. This new #INDIGOMOBILITY competition is a chance to show a different, perhaps offbeat point of view of the cities and world around us.
As a fine arts graduate with a keen interest in the world of mobility, Coline started her career working for major companies like Michelin and Renault-Nissan, with their electric vehicles.
As the current Communications Manager at Indigo, she likes to observe cities across the world and their developments by imagining what they will look like in the future. How will inhabitants get around? What will their day-to-day be like? Will nature be more prominent? Because of her artistic past, she equally appreciates composition and the treatment of light in a beautiful photograph and wants to wish all participants the best of luck!
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Innovative modes of transport, new uses for getting around and parking... Whether travelling or in your city, take your best urban mobility photo and share it on your Instagram account using the hashtag