Camille Lévêque (1985) is a freelance photographer born and raised in Paris, France.
She graduated from university in Paris with a degree in Fine Arts and Literature. Along those years she taught herself photography as well as the technicalities of a dark chamber. After graduating, she traveled worldwide for several years and documented her travels in black and white with analog equipment. From 2007 to 2008 she lived in Armenia, where she was commissioned by the French Embassy and the UNHCR to assemble a year-long reportage on post Karabagh war refugees situation in Armenia. Back in Paris she was then an intern for the agency Tendance Floue, and studio assistant for food industry shoots. In 2010 she started working as an Editorial Assistant for MAGNUM PHOTOS in Paris, to eventually move back to the US in 2011 in order to focus on personal projects.
Her works have been featured on various publications, online and in print, and have been exhibited in the US and in Europe.
She is founder and member of LIVE WILD collective and the co-founder of publishing house ORPHEUS STANDING ALONE.
Paris-based artist Cassandre Montoriol’s traditional gouache drawings are the toast of the fashion publishing world. Her expressive, hand-drawn aesthetic is reminiscent of travel diaries, fashion illustration and textile design, which is perhaps why her feminine style is so often commissioned within the glossy pages of high-end fashion magazines. Recently Cassandre has been illustrating leafy city scenes and the interiors of shops from tiny, cluttered bookstores to towering, gleaming malls. “I make colourful and figurative work, Cassandre says. “Interior scenes, nature, landscape and people.” bio @Agent Pekka photo @Jean-marc Pau
I was born in Saint-Jean d'Angély in the western part of France 23 years ago. I am in my finale year at École Camondo (Paris 14th arrondissement). I'm studying design and interior architecture. I like to work on public space, playing with landscapes and observing my surroundings. I try to travel as much as possible to discover new cultures and find inspiration for new uses and forms.