Award winning editor, Bruce Ochmanek, has edited videos for Michael Jackson,Oasis, Celine Dion, Santana and Ozzy Osbourne and long forms for Nsync and Roger Waters.


As In Search of The Lanterne Rouge completes its journey around France a subtle but important truth is reveale.Winning is glorious but simply completing this 2,500 mile odyssey.


April 17th, 2007

The Tour de France, or La Grande Boucle as it’s affectionately known by the locals, is a three week celebration of all things French with some cycling thrown in for good measure. Over the last century glory, wealth, yellow jerseys and bitter accusations have been thrown at the man who cycles round France in the shortest cumulative time, in what is generally regarded as the toughest annual sporting event on the planet.

But in the intense modern world of sport, where athletes plan their performances with spreadsheets, weigh every morsel of food and where winning is everything, the Tour de France has always kept a special place for the athlete who comes last.This man is known as The Lanterne Rouge.