Olivier Lambert, 28, is a journalist, filmmaker, educational lecturer and producer.
Olivier is the President and cofounder of the creative narrative lab LUMENTO, created in 2012 in Paris, France, with Thomas Salva.
Olivier is a key speaker in France and Europe about interactive documentary and storytelling, independent filmmaking, DIY project and pitching projects.
Olivier and Thomas Salva started in 2009 as DIY filmmakers and interactive storytellers. Their interactive documentary Brèves de trottoirs / Sidewalk shorts won the 2011 Webby Award for best documentary series. The web platform La Nuit Oubliée won the Grand Jury Prize at the Web TV Festival 2012.
With Lumento they are now working for institutions and foundations such as the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, the Fondation de France or KissKissBankBank.
Interested in what is unseen, untold or unexpected, Olivier is keen on elaborating new ways of writing stories. Graduated from the French Institute of Press, a Paris journalism school, Olivier won the Charles Lescaut Award and worked as an anchorman for Radio France Internationale in 2010. Previously, he also worked for French news television and documentary filmmakers.