About Sophie
I’m a french freelance photographer and illustrator, based in Nancy (north-eastern France). After studies of Applied Arts and a few experiences as a colorist and drawer, I devote myself to analog photography. I explore different themes through this media, like the relation between humans and nature, nostalgia, expression of the self, but also the parallel between desolated places and solitude of beings.  
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Current city: Nancy
I’m a french freelance photographer and illustrator, based in Nancy (north-eastern France). After studies of Applied Arts and a few experiences as a colorist and drawer, I devote myself to analog photography. I explore different themes through this media, like the relation between humans and nature, nostalgia, expression of the self, but also the parallel between desolated places and solitude of beings.  
 
The Musée de l'École de Nancy is a museum devoted to the "École de Nancy", an artistic movement founded in 1901. The museum, opened in 1964, it has a wonderful garden, an aquarium pavilion, and the main building contains works by all the major "Art Nouveau" artists from Nancy. Exposed collections are made of rooms decorated in "Art Nouveau" style, filled with atypical objects of art designed by leading representatives of this french artistic movement.
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The Jardin Dominique Alexandre Godron is a historic botanical garden located at 3 rue Sainte-Catherine, Nancy. This is a peaceful place, which displays amazing horticultural collections in its long, narrow beds, as a maze of plants and trees of all kinds...
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La Boite à Photos is located in the heart of the old town, on a charming cobbled street. This is obviously a must for me, because there are all kinds of 35mm and instant films available for sale, but also second-hand Polaroid cameras and lomographic cameras. The store owners are themselves collectors and invested in the artistic Nancy's life, having organized a great photos contest last spring.
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Marshals street (rue des Maréchaux) is a pedestrian street located in the Old city of Nancy. It owes its fame to the specificity of having a high density of restaurants. This is why the locals gave it the nickname gourmet street, rue gourmande in french.
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The marina Nancy-Saint-Georges is located in the heart of the city, 5 minutes walk from the Stanislas site. On one side are the docks St. George and St. Catherine, embellished with green spaces, and on the other side, the Water Gardens. It is a place of pleasant walk, where you can admire boats and barges from all backgrounds.
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Stanislas is a large pedestrianized square, dreamt up by Stanislaw Leszczynski in the 17th century, as a way to link the medieval old town of Nancy and the new town. It is paved with light ochre stones, and is surrounded by an architecturally harmonious ensemble of buildings, most notably The City Hall, the Opéra-Theâtre but also the Fine Arts Museum.
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