Marfette
* A.K.A. Marie Fétiveau *

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Welcome !
My name is Marie Fétiveau. Some people also know me as Marf or Marfette.
This page is intended to be a quick presentation of my work and side activities.

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R&D Software Engineer

After almost 8 years of good and loyal services at Mikros Image in France, I joined RodeoFX (Montréal) as an R&D engineer / pipeline developer in summer 2014.

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J'aurais voulu être une artiste

Irecently found a notebook I wrote when I was 8 years old: it was full of drawings, stories and... Maths. It reminds me that even as a young girl, both sciences and creative aspirations were part of who I am.

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After almost 8 years of good and loyal services at Mikros Image in France, I joined RodeoFX (Montréal) as an R&D engineer / pipeline developer in summer 2014.

Here my role is to search, develop and deploy solutions so that our artists and supervisors can make their beautiful images.

Through the years, I've specialized in color sciences and pipelines, I/Os, matte painting and compositing matters.



I'm also an open source enthusiast, enthusiasm that expresses itself in several projects like Colorpipe-tools, TuttleOFX, ColorTribe...



More informations on my work and on my dev :


See also my resume.


Irecently found a notebook I wrote when I was 8 years old: it was full of drawings, stories and... Maths. It reminds me that even as a young girl, both sciences and creative aspirations were part of who I am.

I grew up thinking that one day, I'd have to choose. But life was good to me and led me to become a geek that helps artists :)



Drawing, writing, creating is still part for my life as it always has been. But I only make it for fun, to make my friends laugh and show my family that I'm doing well in the big city. That's for all of them that I launched my blog in 2006.

"J'aurais voulu être une artiste" means "I always wanted to be an artist". Most of the posts are in French, but I believe that some situations are universal, beyond culture and language.


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