Jerome Revon is one of France's top TV producers and directors for sports and news programming, directing everything from the Olympic Games to the World Cup,Cannes Film Festival and interviews with President Sarkozy. His award-winning "visual" talent debuted in 2009 with a unique large photographic format called "Splits" which captures the energy of metropolises like Paris and New York. "As a director, I take inspiration from my surroundings and orchestrate shots shaped by my vision and perception of space,” Revon explains. "Splits" is a new genre of photographic art developed by Revon that juxtaposes unexpected images of familiar monuments like the France's Tour Eiffel and New York's Statue of Liberty with images of everyday life and urban environments like street scenes, yellow cabs, graffiti, and building facades. This collision of images, two photographs cut into strips/panels and laid side-by-side, creates a new source of energy and also re-creates a moving image similar to the way you see moving images on TV or in a movie.
Seven of Revon's works are on display in the palatial offices of law firm White and Case on the Place Vedome in Paris, France, and he exhibits twice a year in Parisian galleries. Until July 31, 2010, he has a one man show at Galerie I.