Born in Belgium in 1956, Guy chose to settle in Méaudre, in the
heart of the Vercors mountains, after spending time in England, the
USA, and Mexico. A photographer by training and a passionate caver,
he worked on caving programmes with Channel 4 in the 90s. Between
1981 and 2001, he made over 60 productions for all the national
channels, including eighteen documentaries and news reports on
South America, his favourite location. From 1996 to 2001, his
travel experience and knowledge of South America served him both as
producer for the TV magazine Ushuaïa Nature and as
director of photography for the Okavongoseries on TF1.
Today, he divides his time between making nature and animal
documentaries, and production work at the Vercors TV channel.
Producing De la grotte au Temple and Jésuitesau
Paraguay with Seven Doc, he had the opportunity to indulge
his two passions: the underground world and Latin America.
Your taste for exploration diminishes with age, you become
closer to human beings ... And I have produced so many films on
caving that it was simply time to move on to something else. France
did not see the development of a cave-dwelling civilisation like
that of the Anasazi in the south-west United States, or the
Edomites or Nabataeans in Jordan, but it does have a rich
troglodyte heritage. However, it is very little known by the
general public, so this film brings it to the light of day by
telling the story of ten major sites.
His films produced by Seven Doc
Baba baroga, le père des lions - 2003
De la grotte au Temple - 2004
Jésuites au Paraguay - 2003