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Camille Aubry

Camille Aubry is a French Bristol-based graphic artist, working as a freelance live illustrator and cartoonist. She is developing an enhanced live drawing experience practice with the help of creative technologies.

Camille Aubry

Camille works as a live illustrator or scribe, documenting events, conferences, seminars, concerts, meetings, presentations and pitches with drawings and sketchnotes. She explores how to take her live illustration practice to the next level with the help of creative technologies. She recently worked on Live Illustration Expanded, a R&D project funded by Arts Council England, where she studied how to support physical and virtual stage events with live illustrations. She also took part in the collective Across The Room, with experience designer Imwen Eke, creative technologist Takita Bartlett and creative producer Will Taylor, where they explore ways of creating online multi-cultural and audience-driven facilitation experiences that amplify all voices. Camille also creates illustrations and cartoons for editorial, educational and campaign projects. Her work is either analogue or digital.

Camille's collaborations include CARGO Classroom, Culture Connect, the NHS, University of the Arts London, ClearView Research, Doctor Development, Bath Spa University, Compass Presents, University of West England, University of bristol, Queen Mary University of London, Plot Studio, South West Creative Technology Network, Bath Spa University, University of Exeter, University of Leicester, Royal College of Music, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and the French Institute in London.

Camille is also an Occasional Associate Lecturer on the BA Illustration Course at the University of West England.


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