Edouard Getaz is co-founder and producer of Giants Are Small. Born in 1973 in Lausanne, Switzerland, he is now a New York–based producer and director. Mr. Getaz has produced a wide variety of events, from major fashion shows to music festivals and large historical celebrations, including several New York Philharmonic projects: Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du soldat (2005, directed by Doug Fitch), Le Grand Macabre (2010), The Cunning Little Vixen (2011), and A Dancer’s Dream: Two Works by Stravinsky (2013). Petrushka is the fifth creation produced by Mr. Getaz (who is the show’s video director). With Doug Fitch, Mr. Getaz has also created Giants Are Small’s adaptation of Peter and the Wolf with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at Walt Disney Concert Hall (2008). In co-production with Universal Music / Deutsche Grammophon, and with his partners Doug Fitch and Frederic Gumy, he is currently developing: Peter+Wolf in Hollywood, which will result in an iPad app, CD, digital album, and live show. Mr. Getaz has directed two short films, Virgin Red (2005) and Freud’s Magic Powder (2009, in co-production with the Swiss National Television); both were premiered at the Locarno Film Festival and selected for major festivals worldwide. For Citibank’s 200th anniversary in 2011 Mr. Getaz directed the music video Proud, which won major awards (including the PR Week Award). He has directed video campaigns for the Michael J. Fox Foundation and the International Olympic Committee. Edouard Getaz holds a master in law from the Fribourg University and a certificate in film directing and production from New York University.