Agnes Cazin

  • Special Events and Merchandising Consultant, Haiti73, France
  • Executive Jury

My name is Agnes Cazin. I’m an Art Director // Content Producer // Marketing // Project Manager specialising in the fashion business, art, beauty, lifestyle and culture. I am the founder of Haiti73, an agency working between Paris and London, specialising in project management and content production, with art direction thrown into the mix, for the like of Paco Rabanne, Loreal, ORS, Unilever, Southbank Center – it is quite fun! The first 26 years of my life were spent in Paris, and I have had the privilege to witness the top days of fashion and high end couture, I started my creative career assisting Costume Designers and Creative Directors on pop videos and Editorials as well as runaways. WHAT I DO I look beyond the brief and at what challenges my clients are really facing, to come up with creative solutions. Some of these disciplines, such as live events, video production, marketing strategy and digital content mirror those offered by traditional senior creatives. Yet I am also very interested to collaborate on projects that are not creative, like E-commerce, education, wellbeing, just for the thrill of challenging myself. I offer creative consultation, strategic marketing, project management, creating concepts and business development with visual marketing communications through trends, digital and social content, branding, concept development. Working with the great international creative talent to deliver intuitive results across live event, content and film platforms. MY CLIENTS Helping clients create an innovative ideas and authentic story, my portfolio of work spams from, Paris fashion house, launches, TV channel, shoots, pop singers, promoters, musicians, artists, film makers, and forward thinkers such as South Bank Centre, Africa Utopia, Samson Soboye, Shingai Shoniwa, Paco Rabanne, Loreal France, Diesel perfume, Myzen TV. I hope to inspire authentic engagement with consumers and audiences connecting business and creatives at cross-cultural intersections with creatives.

Agnes Cazin