Musician, then photographer, Grégory Robin turned towards directing in 2003. He has devoted himself entirely to it since 2006. Evolving in the world of painting since his childhood, Gregory Robin developed and manifested a visual sensitivity very early on. He prefers the camera to brushes. His first photos already show a very personal aesthetic. He plays with the grain, the blur. This visual research guides him to other mediums such as the Super 8, with which he takes his first steps as a director. Although his filmography is mainly composed of creative documentaries, his interest in manipulating genres leads him to explore their transversality, giving reality a style that is sometimes close to fiction. He renews more directly with the experimental form in his film Entrailles, shot at the Saint-Etienne mining museum. His future projects bear witness to this orientation. In 2012, he created with Joël Caron Après la Guerre Films, a structure that produces and directs creative films. In 2014, he joined forces with Jean-Philippe Raymond and Julien Féret to create the production company Far Center Films.