Juliette Charvet is a French photographer based in New York. Her interest in both photography and photojournalism has been an ongoing passion of hers and led her to study journalism at university. During her studies, she traveled extensively throughout Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, Asia and North America. After graduating, she spent over a year in Vietnam and Lebanon, where she perfected her skills as a photographer at the news agency AFP’s photo service in Beirut. A few years later she moved to New York where she attended the International Center of Photography. Juliette Charvet currently lives in Brooklyn and travels the world with her camera. She focuses her work on travel and fine art photography. Her photographs have been exhibited in the US and in France and some of her work is represented by Clic Gallery in New York, East Hampton and St Barth.
Meike Nixdorf, 1976, Germany, is a landscape photographer and video artist. She was educated in
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