Jean-Pascal is the Co-founder and President of Headspace Studio and Head of Sound of Headspace Studio (Montréal).
Jean-Pascal believes in a vision of the future where everything you experience digitally is more immersive, more emotional, and more meaningful — because of what you hear.
With extensive experience in audio post-production and music score direction and driven by a combined passion for cinematic storytelling and immersive audio technology, he established himself as a creative pioneer in the emerging field of spatial audio for XR.
Along with longtime collaborators Felix & Paul Studios, a recognized creative and technology leader in cinematic VR, he co-founded Headspace Studio, the first studio entirely focused on immersive sound. In 2018, the studio expanded to Los Angeles.
With Headspace Studio, Jean-Pascal has worked with important creative partners on projects such as the Primetime Emmy Award-winning The People’s House: Inside the White House with Barack and Michelle Obama, Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs: Behind the Scenes (in VR), Jurassic World: Blue, as well as three experiences that premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival: Traveling While Black by Academy Award-winning director Roger Ross Williams), Gloomy Eyes, and Marshall from Detroit (feat. Eminem).