From a small town in Isère, France, Céline Tricart crossed the Rhône to Lyon to study Astrophysics, then onto Paris to pursue filmmaking.
From a small town in central Oahu, Gloria Bradbury, crossed the Pacific to study dance and political science in NYC, then crossed the Atlantic to Paris to work in media and study business
Two independent women, each artist in very different ways, moved to Los Angeles driven by the desire to create and enable stories. Two strong women wanting to share the power they had felt by traveling the world, seeking encounters with people different from them, embracing cultures that would challenge their way of thinking.
Both proactive by nature and advocates for gender equality in the entertainment and all industries they met while volunteering for a non-profit to shoot a PSA. They met at the back of a camera truck, Celine prepping the camera, Gloria asking her to sign her work for hire contract.
Their paths would continue to cross and they joined forces on various projects over the years (short films, feature films, ads and more). They continued to hone in on their respective crafts, Celine as Director and Gloria as Producer. As their projects gained momentum, they decided it was time to grow Lucid Dreams Productions and continue their pioneering work in storytelling through new technologies.