Together, they completely restructure the company and develop two entities:
Digital Graphics Animation (production) and Digital Graphics Studio (service provider)
Executive Managing Director / Executive Producer
Christian Delvigne is a former bank executive and a real estate investor. He has previously developed successful businesses such as CREA SA, Les Cuisines TRABO SA, and FINACAP SA. In 2018, he took over Digital Graphics with Peter Voelkle and Thierry Tirtiaux, with the main objective of repositioning the company in the animation film market and expanding it internationally. Christian Delvigne tries to stimulate and promote the audiovisual sector and especially the animation sector in the region of Liège. He is also the owner of the Château-Ferme de Hombroux where the production studios of Digital Graphics have been located for the past 20 years.
Executive Director / Executive Producer
Peter Voelkle is the founder and President of the Atmosphere Group of companies. Peter is a successful content producer and media entrepreneur with long standing experience in content creation, content distribution, and company building. In his career, Peter has developed and produced hundreds of episodes of TV-series and a number of feature films, mostly in animation, and in the children and family program category, among them many highly acclaimed and award winning productions and international top successes.
Head of Production and Studio
Thierry Tirtiaux started his career as a sound engineer. He then produced and made films and documentaries for RTBF, RTL, ARTE and TV5 such as Les Belges du Bout du Monde, Le Beau Vélo de Ravel, Printemps Grandeur Nature, Escapade Gourmande, I comme… or Itinéris. In parallel, he also produces and makes radio documentaries for La première and France Culture. In 2018, he joins Christian Delvigne and Peter Voelke at Digital Graphics as production manager and studio director.
Digital Graphics was created in 1994 and is established at the castle-farm of Hombroux, near Liège. As part of its projects, Digital Graphics has continued to develop its own high-tech tools and software, which in 2008 made it possible to color and sound from archive images of the 14-18 war a documentary which was broadcast on France 2 on November 11, 2008, and achieved a record audience of over 11 million viewers.
Over the years, the company has collaborated on many projects, including:
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Digital Graphics is located at the Château-Ferme de Hombroux in Alleur, on the northern outskirts of Liège.
The current buildings dating from 1730 are classified as historical monuments by the Royal Commission of Monuments and Sites. The Château-Ferme is converted into housing and offices, making the workplace very interesting by its environment.
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