Born in Pau, France, Rémy Barreyat is a director, photographer who lives and works in Paris.
Rémy discovered photography at initiation class in high school, from that point he dived into this world and never looked back.
Following his master photography in Toulouse ETPA school for two years, he began working with magazines and brands,following snowboard video productions from the streets of Quebec, to the backcountry mountains of Austria.
From 2012 he started to focus mainly on video projects for European web media and global brands in snowboarding.
In parallel he directed a triptych skateboard video project in Spain, Hungary and France.
In 2016 he went to Calais (France) and Lesbos (Greece) covering the refugees issue, then directed a documentary from the Calais experience about an intimate journey with refugees trying to join England by any means.
In 2017 Rémy went to Kyrgyzstan to build a new short movie project co-directed with Niels Schack, called Goodbye Horses. An hybrid documentary fiction that slides around the memory of an old men remembering in life through his Kyrgystan’s adventures.