Founder of CL Design, daughter of an advertiser and an artistic director, Camille Leroy-Vinclet has always been immersed in the creative world. A born entrepreneur with a strong business sense, in 2005 she founded CL Design just after graduating from Penninghen. She later embarked on exciting new adventures by setting up a CL Design office in London in 2014, and then in New York in 2018.
Camille has notably worked on the Aga Khan Museum in Toronto, Canada, the Musée des Confluences in Lyon, France, and the signage of the Tuileries Garden in Paris.
Co-founder of CL Design, Nicolas Journé met Camille Leroy-Vinclet at Penninghen. He joined CL Design after an experience at Printemps—the luxury department store in Paris—where he discovered the world of signage. Nicolas is passionate about architecture, and is constantly looking for the next innovation to offer his clients. He has exceptional human skills, and always makes himself available to listen to his partners and clients.
Nicolas has worked for the Docks and the Mucem in Marseille, France. He also worked on the opening exhibition of the Louvre Abu Dhabi in the U.A.E.
Domitille Pouy trained as a typographer at the Estienne School, She joined CL Design in 2008 and became a partner a year later Her career began at Thomas Manss & Company in London where she worked for three years on prestigious clients such as Foster + Partners or the National Portrait Gallery. Her favorite mantra is “ordnung & eccentricity.” Her passion for the sea and crewed regattas makes her the ideal teammate.
Domitille has worked for the Huawei group and for the Soulages Museum in Rodez, France.
Jill Girard joined CL Design in 2013. With her entrepreneurial background, she took over the administrative management and provided the agency with structure and precision. In 2016, Jill accompanied Camille Leroy-Vinclet on a construction site. Her ability to project herself into space and to read a map led her to expand her skills to signage programming. She has trained under the leadership of Marie-Pierre Massé (ex-Altyx) since 2016.
Jill has worked on the signage programming of the Bobigny hospital and on the UCPA Aren’Ice.
Haruko Sumi has worked for CL Design for almost ten years. She speaks French, Japanese, English and is currently learning German. After graduating from Tsubuka University in Japan with a degree in visual communication, she worked at several graphic studios in Tokyo. Her passion for the Tour de France led her to travel to the country in 2009. From 2011 to 2013, she completed her education with a typography course at the Decorative Arts in Paris.
Haruko has worked on the Huawei project and on the exhibition “Us and Them” at the Musée de l’Homme, in Paris.
Camille Aznar studied design at the Fine Arts School of Bordeaux before discovering a passion for typography and specializing at the Graduate School of Art and Design in Amiens. She is unbeatable on the fantastic epics of Harry Potter. After an experience at the graphic design studio La Toolbox, she joined the CL Design team in 2016.
Camille has worked on the branding of the Carnavalet Museum of Paris and the Canadian National Vimy Memorial.
Julien Correia studied architecture for three years at the Graduate School of Architecture in Versailles, where he developed a passion for graphic design. He completed his education with a BTS (a technician certificate) in visual communication and began his career as a graphic designer at a lighting design firm in Kyoto, Japan.
Back in France, he worked as a graphic designer for several companies before joining the graphic design studio La Toolbox in 2014. He joined our team in 2017 and can (finally!) combine his passion for graphic design and architecture.
Julien worked on the visual identity of the BAP and on the offices of the city of Paris’ official delegation for the Olympic Games.
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