After having studied graphism in the École Estienne in Paris, Gordon specialized in television formatting. He formatted and created various TV channel brand identities, and oversaw their artistic direction (France Télévisions, Radio Canada, Prime be, M6music, Abu Dhabi TV...) This work eventually led him to filmmaking. Alongside Andy Sommer or Philippe Béziat, Gordon wrote and directed cultural programs. This is how several movies (and then their corresponding iPad applications) saw the light of day: “Le Carnaval des animaux” with Radio France’s Philharmonic Orchestra, Myung-Whun Chung et Smaïn (Grand Prix Italia 2011, Grand Prix et Prix du public du Golden Prague 2011), “Les quatre saisons d'Antoine” with the Ensemble Concerto Italiano, Rinaldo Alessandrini and Pierre Richard, followed by “Pierre et le Loup” with the Orchestre National de France, directed by Daniele Gatti and narrated by François Morel (Grand Prix Digital Award Bologna 2014, Golden Rose in Berlin 2014), which went on to be adapted as a book (and its audio version) with Helium Editions. “Quinte & Sens” with François-René Martin, a musical movie produced in the Philharmonie de Paris with the Orchestre de Paris, in collaboration with Camera Lucida and ARTE France. He has also directed several virtual reality experiences: With Andrés Jarach, “Condamnés à jouer”, a 360° movie co-written with Marie Sellier; “1, 2, 3 Bruegel”, a virtual reality game; “Replay Memories”, which was presented in the BnF in 2021 and questions the role of historical facts in the age of algorithms. “Archi VR”, a series on architecture produced in VR. The production of a pilot episode about the Villa Savoye is also underway, with the collaboration of the French Centre des Monuments Nationaux (a French government body which conserves, restores, and manages French historic buildings and sites) and the Le Corbusier Foundation. Lastly, Gordon has produced a few augmented reality (AR) experiences: “BiblioQuête” co-written with Andrés Jarach, a game for children created for media libraries. It was co-produced by Red Corner and France Télévisions. “La Petite Danseuse”: co-written with Marie Sellier, an augmented reality experience about The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer, a sculpture by Degas. It was co-produced by Lucid Realities with the Museum of Orsay and France Télévisions.