Camille Fallet graduated as MA in photography from the Royal College of Arts of London in 2004 and also obtained a DNSEP art at the École supérieure d'Art de Nantes in 2001. He is laureate of the “British Gas Award” 2003 (reportage in Trinidad and Tobago) and of the Individual Help Grant for the Regional Direction Creation of the Cultural Affairs of Ile de France in 2006. In 2010 he was commissioned to reveal the landscape of the greater Paris. His work has been published in several magazines. He has had exhibitions in London, Paris, Marseille, Toulouse and Nantes. He was offered the production workshop in the Centre Photographique d’Ile de France in 2005. He also works together with other artists, such as Florent Mulot and Thomas Bernardet.
Currently, Camille Fallet is working as a photographer and teaching landscape at L'École Nationale d'Architecture de Marseille.
At view in the media library