Born and raised in France, Audrey grew up in the outskirts of Paris (Seine-Saint-Denis) surrounded by a rich melting pot of loud, in-your-face, and boisterous communities and cultures. So, as a product of her environment, this 26-year-old suburban shows up as a female black photographer who genuinely cares about her people in every space. She considers herself a contemplator. She hears, sees, notices, and remembers the insignificant details, and that's what makes her work exceptional. She works hard on her passion and on recognizing that her work is valuable even when no one sees it. The discussion of representation has been a core moment when building her identity and her work. With online content and new media changing our communities’ landscape, she believes that it's up to us, to support, promote and create the images that we want to see. So many versions of our humanity have yet to be told and she’s working hard to get those stories shown and told.
- REFRAME : The Residency ExhibitionCombining film, photography, music and sound design, this audiovisual installation offers a unique perspective on the climate emergency, grounded in the cultural backgrounds of our artists. Through stunning visuals and soundscapes presented in a new exhibition space at the Southbank Centre, it reflects on the urgent need for collective action. Reframe: The Residency Exhibition is a collaborative body of work by artists from Manchester, Birmingham and London, each facing the impact of climate cha
- The Faces of WomenhoodInternational Women's month is about to end and before it does I wanted to share some of my recent work with model Kate Yvette Saunders. The photos were taken for a project launched by Take More Photos called "The Faces of Womanhood". As a female photographer, whenever I'm photographing women I want to make sure that they're shown in the best light possible. So many of the images that we see in the media are directed by and through the male gaze.
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Editorial AssistantThames & Hudson Ltd.
London, United KingdomFull Time
Editorial Assistant for the Fashion team working on Books such as the Catwalk Series, Unseen and The World according to - Requesting, sending out and organizing signature of author and photographer agreements - Keeping track of and posting complimentary author copies, as well as booking general deliveries and collections - Uploading metadata and organizing book materials - Financial administrative tasks including tracking and organizing author payments, processing invoices and drafting purchase orders -Helping to prepare and proofread editorial materials, such as for sales presentations and book fairs, and keying in proofreading changes - Translating documents from French to English, from English to French
- London, United KingdomFreelance
•In charge of capturing Paramount's yearly Inclusion Week events. •Supported the creation of visual content for social media by capturing high-quality images. •Taking the brief to understand specifications and work closely with the Diversity and Inclusion team. •Editing photographs in Lightroom & Photoshop •Ensuring that all image assets are continuously uploaded and shared with the DE&I and Digital team •Organising and maintaining a structured and accessible file system •Maintained excellent communication and organizational skills.
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