As a Beaux Arts Institute of St Luc Liège Belgium graduate, Pascal Colson becomes a fashion and studio photographer. In 2004, after a few trips amongst which a 15 month Asia-Africa expedition by car for a photo/video travel journal project, he makes his first documentary on the crossing on horseback of the Gobi Desert in Mongolia. The documentary is broadcast on “La Une” (Belgium). His career gains momentum.
End of 2004, he co-directs videos on African football, amongst which “Pemba”, which receives a Special Mention at the Depict06 Encounter Short Film Festival (UK), is elected “Video Star” on Dailymotion and summoned by Michael Eisner (ex CEO at Disney) for the launch of VUGURU.com. In May 2006, the premiere of “Chimio” is wins the Silence Saturn Festival Jury’s prize and the Aix Festival Original Music Prize.
In 2010, he co-direct the TV Series “Football Made in Africa” (35x 1’30), which is broadcast worldwide (HBO, ESPN, AlJazera, ...)
Pascal Colson is used to work in extreme environments with grassroot populations and non- governmental organisations. In 2012, he made a film for an international NGO (Doctors without borders) to report the first operations onsite of some volunteers.
Recently, he was requested from the European Union Institution to co-direct a film dealing with the presidential elelection in Guinea.
Currently, he is working in Brasil on an important documentary series projects calls “Football made in Brazil”.