Julien develloped a thirst for travel after spending his childhood in different countries (Irland, Portugal, Lybia and Germany). He is fluent in 5 languages. After graduating from film school in 2004, he edited his first documentary. The edit started in Paris and ended in Los Angeles where he got to shoot and edit for young filmakers. He than settled in Morocco where he joined a « Film Industry » for a year. 30 feature television films were shot and cut in one year. In that time, he had the chance to grow up in the industry editing for upcoming morrocan film directors such as Hicham Ayouch, Talal Selhami, Yassine Fennane, Brahim Chkiri, Hicham Lasri… His encounter with editing legend Herve de Luze (Polanski and Resnais editor) on « Whatever Lola Wants » by Nabil Ayouch was a major breakthrough as he was recommanded to Jerome Cohen Olivar for the editing of « Kandisha ». His first feature film as an editor got him the award for best editing in Morrocan film awards in 2009. This lead him to edit several feature films with morrocan directors Narjiss Nejjar, Nourredine Lakhmari and the Noury brothers. In 2013, he flies to Paris to edit his first french film « Fevers » by Hicham Ayouch which was released in theaters in 2014. The film will go on to win best male interpretation in Marrakech Film festival. Award given by jury president Martin Scorcese. He continues editing french films with notably the horror flick « Achoura » by Talal Selhami. He also starts a directing carreer in Morroco where he gets to shoot commercials for Absolut Vodka, Nescafé, Danone, Renault and morrocan brands. In 2018, he creates Free Monkeyz, production company based in Casablanca. Commercials, music vidéos, short films and digital content are produced since then by the young company. He wins another best editing award at Morrocan Film Awards in 2019 for his work on « The Punch » by director Amine Mouna. Finally, in 2020, he joins Pavillon Noir as Editing supervisor. Production & events company created by his childhood friend Ghislain De La Chaise. Friend who once told him when they were in highschool : « One day, we’ll work together in our own company ».