Team

For the AGP family each project is unique: it requires combined skills and multidisciplinary profiles: our team is our strength!

 

Gaël Hamon

Founder and director

Gael Hamon is one of the most recognised specialists in the fields of surveying and the promotion of heritage.
After gaining lengthy experience in restoration on prestigious structures he founded Art Graphique & Patrimoine with the help of Hervé Quelin in 1994.
Holder of a BPMH professional diploma in historical monuments and gold medal and best international stonecutter award at the Olympiades des Métiers, he is currently the vice-chairman of Appareilleurs de France and a jury member for the MOF craftsmen competition.
He regularly speaks at the INP and the universities of Poitiers, Paris VIII and Aix-en-Provence.

 

Pélagie Atangana

Coordination-Management assistant

After obtaining a BTS in executive secretariat and eight years working within different architectural firms, Pélagie joined Art Graphique & Patrimoine in 2000.
In charge of call-for-tender dossiers and everyday admin management, she is the cornerstone of AGP and will often be your contact over the telephone.

 

Chiara Cristarella Orestano

Communication and development

Archeologist, with a master’s degree from the University of Perugia, in Italy, Chiara has been very early fascinated by heritage enhancement and cultural mediation. After a training course in cultural and touristic marketing and a professional experience in the promotion of territory, she completed her expertise with a Specialized Master in Management of cultural heritage at the ESCP Europe in Paris.
Chiara joined AGP in 2015 and she is in charge of business development and communication.

 

Pierre Croizet

Culturel mediation director - SO Agency

Graduated from DESS in Local Development Economics at the University of Bordeaux, Pierre Croizet has been working for the institutional sector of E-Tourism and E-Culture for 20 years.
Previously consultant in missions of tourism and territory valorization and project manager of multimedia programs, he has acquired excellent expertise in project management, consulting, AMO studies, E-marketing, mediation content and in designing digital devices.
He joined AGP in 2017 as Cultural Mediation director and Chief of the AGP’s Grand Sud-Ouest Agency in Bordeaux.

 

Florian Moreno

R&D Project Manager - Grand Sud Agency

2D-3D graphic designer and architect
A trained HMO architect, it was at the Map Gamsau laboratory that Florian Moreno came to specialise in promoting architectural heritage.
Florian joined Art Graphique & Patrimoine in 2010, in charge of Research and Development and later taking on the role of 3D manager.
His works mainly focus on BIM modelling based on lasergrammatic survey (La Cité des Sciences, Le Palais d’Antin), but also the processes of photorealistic 3D reconstructions and surveys of works of art (La Victoire de Samothrace, all of the works present at the Louvre-Lens, etc.)
Today he is Chief of the AGP’s Grand Sud Agency in Avignon.

 

Esther Selo

Architect, BIM Project manager

Architect by training, State-certified in Nantes in 2011, Esther obtains the congratulations from the jury for her end of studies project in Guinea within an NGO of Cooperation. In 2012, she receives the compliments of the jury for the accreditation of project management and exercises her activity within architecture agencies and surveyor, directing her route to the rehabilitation’s stakes. To improve her expertise, she learns the techniques and tools about digital survey and works in particular on the rehabilitation of the Convent of the Jacobins (Center of the Congresses of Rennes).
In 2015, after a Master’s degree ENPC on the BIM and the rehabilitation projects, she joins the AGP team as BIM project manager.

 

Esther Camacho

BIM Project Assistant

Architect by training and graduated in architecture at the University of Alcala de Henares in Madrid, Esther is an expert of BIM. After one year in the Higher National School of Architecture of Nantes, she started to work in BIM in the agency Urban Makers in Nantes. To complete her knowledge, Esther did complementary training about Revit structures and Revit MEP and was editor in chief of the Spanish specialized magazine in BIM Objectivo BIM, that allowed her to meet Spanish personalities in BIM.
Since 2017, she has integrated the BIM team of AGP.

 

Anne-Sophie Rincel

Project manager

Art historian and interface designer, Anne-Sophie has a Search Master’s degree II at the School of the Louvre and a DEUG in law at the University of Paris II – Panthéon Assas. In parallel of her studies of art history, archaeology and museology, she learns the use of digital technology to develop the heritage as a UX designer at the School of Image, Gobelins.
Since 2016, she adapts her knowledge to the problems of cultural mediation as project manager within the team of AGP.

 

Jean-Pierre Zéphir

Lasergrammetrist

With a background in construction (École du Bâtiment, Felletin) followed by stonecutting training at the Union Compagnonnique de Châteauroux, and numerous assignments within construction companies and other trade specialists, Jean-Pierre joined Art Graphique & Patrimoine in 1996 to consolidate the team surrounding Gaël Hamon.

 

Aurélien Peyroux

Chief survey engineer

Having graduated from the École Supérieure des Géomètres et Topographes in 2012, Aurélien engaged in his first foray into the world of heritage as an International Volunteer surveyor assigned to the Centre Franco-Égyptien d’Étude des Temples de Karnak in Egypt.
Following-up to this, Aurélien joined AGP in 2014, where he is mainly involved in field surveys.

 

Cyril Besdeberc

Survey engineer

Engineer surveyor graduated of the ESTP, with complementary trainings in architecture, philosophy, theology, NTIC (New Technologies of Information and Communication) and BIM (Building Information Modeling), fascinated by historic monuments, the Symbolism and the religious traditions, Cyril took strong spiritual commitments before finding, at AGP, the ideal frame to realize his professional project which is the valuation of historic monuments by the new technologies.

 

Fabien Tenet

Surveyor, topographer

BTS graduate in surveys and topography, Fabien has 10 years of practice in topography by working for survey offices. Over the years, he has gained many experiences on the field working on archaeological and heritage sites.
Skilled in the techniques of data capture (photogrammetry, lasergrammetry, etc.), GPS and point cloud processing, Fabien integrated in 2017 our ground surveying team.

 

Aurélie Dubois

Lasergrammetrist & photogrammetrist

Lasergrammetrist & photogrammetrist, stonecutter, restorer of Historical Monuments.

After graduating from Toulouse School of Architecture, Aurélie has moved towards a stonecutter training and obtained her professional degree with a specialization in restoration of historical monuments. She has done several internships in major cultural heritage companies and had the opportunity to work on Notre Dame de Paris cathedral.
She joined the team in 2007 where she uses her skills to the readings, architecture, surveying, photogrammetry and 3D modeling.

 

Ombeline Mignot

Lasergrammetrist & photogrammetrist

Passionate about architecture, Ombeline undertook training as a stonecutter, specialising in the restoration of historical monuments. She also has solid knowledge of architecture and the art of stonesetting.
She joined the AGP team in 2008, drawn to the dynamism and quality of the company’s projects. A responsive and autonomous drafter, she uses her competencies to benefit the provision of high-quality drawings within the best deadlines.

 

François Verat Dit Fleury

Stonecutter and 2D drafter

After training at the Institut supérieur de Recherche et de Formation aux Métiers de la Pierre, Rodez, obtaining a brevet de technicien des métiers supérieurs technical diploma in stonework trades, and a multi-faceted career path (encompassing stonecutting, the economy of construction specialising in heritage, and the drafting of stone setting and layout), François joined the team of AGP to bring a stone worker’s sensitivity to graphical representations.

 

Guillaume Robiquet

Interior designer

Interior designer, art historian, lasergrammetrist & photogrammetrist, stonecutter.

An interior designer, Guillaume Robiquet also underwent training at the Sorbonne in Art History and Archaeology, providing him with solid knowledge in terms of architecture and heritage. This knowledge was very much touched upon at the worksites during his time at the Compagnons du devoir in stonecutting.
At AGP he holds a versatile position enabling him to operate both on 3D modelling projects such as "Jumièges 3D" and on 2D reconstructions in plans, sections and elevations of prestigious monuments, surveyed beforehand by 3D scanner.

 

Anthony Fournier

Developer, graphic designer

Graduated from EISTI (international school of data processing), he holds a degree in computer engineering. Anthony is a real-time 3D graphic designer with proven skills in immersive technologies and real-time 3D app development (scripting c#, Unity 3D).
He joigned AGP in 2017 to support the 3D and cultural mediation team of the company for the development of augmented and virtual reality experiences.

 

Jean-Stéphane Beetschen

3D graphic designer - producer

A graduate of École Georges Méliès, Jean-Stéphane Beetschen specialised in visual design and the rendering of synthesis images.
Formerly a freelancer then employed by architect, Renzo Piano, he joined Art Graphique & Patrimoine to produce effect-shot 3D animations, digital finishing of digitised works in 3D, realistic 3D image renderings, and 3D real-time serious games for immersive rooms.
Moreover, he composes music specific to his creations.

 

Laurence Stefanon

Historian, 2D-3D graphic designer

Laurence holds a Master’s degree in Contemporary History and a DESS in Heritage -Art history. As a freelance 2D-3D graphic designer for almost 8 years, she specialised in graphic design for illustrations in cultural publishing as well as in graphical interfaces for multimedia applications.
Since 2001, she took part in AGP’s 3D reconstruction projects for cultural mediation, and she offered her expertise in 3D modeling, rendering of textures and 3D films.
She was in charge of many AGP’s relevant 3D projects, including: Notre Dame de Paris, 3D Poitiers Evolution, Roman theater of Arles, the Cathedral of Amiens and the Saint Trophime Cloister.

 

Marie-Josée Duprez

3D graphic designer and archaeologist

2D and 3D graphic designer Marie-Josée has a background in applied arts and a freelance illustrator’s experience before specializing in Archeology with a Research Master in Paris I University. 3D Graphic Designer for 5 years at INRAP, she specialises in 3D restitution of archaeological remains, for cultural publishing, 3D animation, and exhibitions. In 2015 she joined AGP, where she works on the 3D archaeological restitution (Cité du Vin de Bordeaux, Musée de la romanité of Nîmes, Pont du Gard) and on BIM projects for cultural heritage.

 

Geoffrey Chapelain

3D graphic designer

After an apprenticeship in AGP, Geoffrey joined the company in 2017 as a 3D graphic designer. Graduated from the Master’s degree in Arts and Technologies of the Images at the University of Paris 8, he possesses various skills in digital and 3D graphic design : 3D modelling, image processing, video editing, etc. With a versatile profile, he works at AGP on several 3D and communication projects.