Franc Camps Febrer
Franc Camps Febrer is a technologist working at the intersection of design, software and visual storytelling. His work includes interactive documentary pieces, visual investigative tools and information experiences, and often combines data narratives and moving image with critical research.
Franc believes that practice is a form of thought, design a form of analysis and business can be a form of critique. He works with human rights organizations, creative practitioners and social innovation businesses to produce experiences that are analytically robust, emotionally compelling and socially incisive.
In the past, he has managed the production of interactive pieces at Forensic Architecture while the agency investigated human rights violations and produced evidence that would be presented in legal forums, as well as earn it a nomination to the Turner Prize in 2018, the UK's most important visual arts award. He has also been the main engineering arm of the early stages of Spate, an ex-googlers-founded startup part of YCombinator 2018. He currently works with a variety of clients.
Franc is a graduate of the Royal College of Art in London, and holds a degree in physics from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. He currently lives and works in New York City.