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Philippe Treuille is a freelance composer, artist, and designer. After studying music composition at The Juilliard School and earning a Bachelor of Arts in History and a Bachelor of Music from Northwestern University, Philippe Treuille obtained a Certificate in Fine Arts from Parsons The New School for Design. At Parsons, he studied life drawing, color theory, painting, and promotional design. He also took courses through the School of Visual Arts in the subjects of web design, Flash animation, graphic design, and advertising. Currently, Treuille serves as the Head of Marketing and Design for the BoCoCa Arts Festival, which takes place in the adjoining neighborhoods of Boerum Hill, Cobble Hill, and Carroll Gardens in Brooklyn, New York. Treuille collaborates with the festival founders to develop marketing materials such as advertisements, maps, brochures, and T-shirts. A few of Treuille's ads promoting the festival were featured in The Onion and the Village Voice. In addition to visual marketing, Treuille developed the concept for the 2010 festival's promotional video and composed an original accompanying score. Philippe Treuille considers art a medium that can benefit the community, and he has volunteered to help with several mural projects. In 2009, he sketched, designed, and helped to paint a 50-foot by 10-foot playground mural for PS 140 Nathan Straus School on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. In the fall of 2011, he was the lead artist for the New York Cares mural at 336K Academy of Business and Community Development. He has also served as a piano accompanist for the PS 84 lower school theater program.

Work experience

May 1984Present

Freelance composer, artist and designer



Sep 2003Jun 2008

BM, Composition / BA, History

Northwestern University