March 2016 marks the beginning of Alain Provost’s artistic career.
For 28 years, Provost worked at Radio-Canada (CBC) as a conceptual graphic designer, specializing in prime time television events (galas, elections, Olympics, documentaries…).
He has also been assigned the role of producer, designer and artistic director for many of these special projects. He developed scenarios, drew storyboards, and worked hand in hand with various departments (music studios, makeup, costumes, accessories, etc.).
He directed film sets, was in charge of graphic design, and with the assistance of casting agencies, coordinated auditions.
For two years, Provost served as creator and director of special effects for notable documentaries such as “L’histoire du Canada” et “La fierté d’un peuple”.
According to the artist, his prosperous career is a result his passion for the visual arts. His work has earned him five Gémeaux Awards, recognition on the international platform, and more than fifty prestigious prizes. Twice (in 2002 and 2003) Provost was awarded the most coveted awards: The North America’s Quantel Artist of the year as well as the International Quantel Artist of the year. These prizes were presented to him by Jann Carl and Mark Steines, from entertainment Tonight, and in front of an audience of 4000 people.