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Abraham Fogg is the underworld alias of French audiovisual artists Grégoire Vaillant & Charles-Edouard Dangelser


A "triptycal" project :

  • An Album inspired by one of the first horror films in history, blending electronica, techno and chamber music

  • A collection of  Films about modern figures of the witch

  • An A/V Live Show taking the form of a mystical pagan ceremony forbidden for under 18


This whole set is called « Blåkulla » from the name of a mythical island in Northern Europe where, each year, the Devil brings together the witches to celebrate the Sabat.


Official Release - End of 2020

Les deux premiers courts-métrages de la collection "Blåkulla" sur les figures modernes de la sorcière ont remporté 35 prix de New York à Londres en passant par Paris ou Calcutta sur la cinquantaine de sélection reçues dans les festivals internationaux.


These films are still currently competing at international festivals. Please keep access to the links private.

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album cover © Nona Limmen



Director / Scriptwriter / Composer



Director / Director of Photography / Editor

Gregoire Vaillant has been at the heart of the artistic scene of Nantes (France) for over fifteen years. In 2016 he founded the “Collectif Øpéra” bringing together over thirty European artists across all fields of the arts. He co-wrote, composed and staged the critically acclaimed “Le Jeune Homme & La Nuit”, a transmedia piece featuring the artists of the Collectif Øpéra blending music, film, theatre and motion design. He is a notable composer for films, theatre and radio. He has collaborated with artists such as The Manchester Camerata Orchestra, Bill Ryder Jones, Grey Reverand, 20Syl, Pigeon John, DJ Snake, Colin Tilley and Craig Love to name a few. Currently, he is producing intimate and intricate electronica for his project Abraham Fogg. Along with writing and directing a collection of horror shorts with Charles-Edouard Dangelser called“Blåkulla”, which have already been awarded over 35 wins at film festivals worldwide.


Charles-Edouard Dangelser was spotted by Nikon while still a student, he made his first short in 2012 and subsequently founded Chivteam Studios. Along with directing various films, adverts and music videos, he became a pioneer in tour documenting within the electronic music world. Working closely with DJ Snake, Madeon, Porter Robinson and the Pardon My French team, his raw and extremely dynamic aesthetic became an industry standard borrowed by many. He is also a renowned creative director, overseeing visual content creation for Madeon’s Grammy Nominated ‘Good Faith’ along with directing two of DJ Snake’s biggest live shows to date (headlining second stage at Coachella 2019 and headline show at the U Arena in Paris, cap 40,000). Currently, he is working with Gregoire Vaillant on a live show for Abraham Fogg along with a series of horror shorts called “Blakulla”.



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