NFB producer, Louis-Richard Tremblay works on projects that combine editorial content, cutting-edge design, technologies and social platforms, where interactivity supports the creation of experiential and narrative universes exploring phenomena that transform individuals and society. After studying political science and making a brief foray into architecture, he developed a passion for radio in the early days of the Internet. In 2001, he joined the multimedia, cross-platform website, radio and TV show Bande à part, where he directed several teams of digital creators and journalists for Société Radio-Canada. He produced over a hundred works that won numerous awards on the local and international stage. At the NFB since 2013, he has worked mostly on international co-production. His most recent work concerns our connected and tech-infused society, played out in portable experiences and immersive environments. He mentored countless creators and producers on projects large and small and regularly gives conferences and master class in Universities and Festivals. He is driven by the thrill of working with teams of creators who join forces to push the limits of their craft.