Camille is 26, born in Angers, France, she started photography after a degree in Journalism. She moved to South Sudan in July 2012 to explore her new passion and the newest country on the planet.
Her main interest is about population in the margin and most of the time left apart by their government.
Her work has been published in : New York Times, International Herald Tribune, Time, Le Monde, Vice Magazine, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, BBC, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, X, Amnesty Press, LA Times, Al Jazeera, Libération, Le Parisien Magazine, Le Parisien, Le Nouvel Observateur, Jeune Afrique, La Croix, Internazionale, DVAfoto, Le Journal de la Photographie, Photographie.com etc.
NGO work: Human Rights Watch, MSF, ICRC, Amnesty International, Mercy Corps, Handicap International, WFP, Internews, Crown Agents, Solidarité…