Simon Daoudi is a native of California. He grew up in France, which may explain his love of French new wave cinema and experimental filmmaking, or it could just be that he grew up watching horror movies from a very young age. He has always been fascinated with graphic design. One of his earliest childhood memories was asking his mom to go into a church in France. It was very disappointing for young Simon that the glass painting was not a movie poster because he thought the church was a theater. After moving back to Los Angeles at the age 9, Simon became a huge fan of the skateboard and graffiti culture, which have had a huge influence on his life.

His first childhood memory is waking up at his uncle’s house and watching The Empire Strikes Back at the age of three. Simon is not afraid to admit that he’s a proud nerd. He’s an avid comic book fan and this combined with his love of talk radio inspired him to co-create a long running podcast/video show called Comic Impact and now he is one of the host of Dune Talk.

His approach to graphic design and what developing should be is that the product is the most important part so let’s keep it clean and simple and have your product be The focus point. Simon is often spired by the music that he listens to the films that he watches.

“We’re all just consumers, we all know what we want, we all know what we like but my goal as a designer/video editor is to make your product the most important part”

He also has a theory that Legos are very much like any design or video editing projects you need all the right elements four the project to work properly so why not send him an email and reach out .He’s not creating content he enjoys relaxing with his girlfriend and his pugs reading comic books building Legos and listening to music he now lives in (Olympia) Washington.


Oui je parle encore couramment le français.