Camille Michel was born in 1988 in a small town in Northern France. She studied photography at the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie of Arles. She believes that photography is a way of telling stories. She is interested in the daily life of small, isolated communities that are facing times of political, economical, and environmental change. For the last few years, Camille has been photographing life in Uummannaq, an island in the northwest of Greenland, 590km from the Arctic Circle, and Kárášjohka, a small town lost in the heart of the Norwegian tundra. Her next project will focus on sea sailors and the stars. She is a member of the Hans Lucas Agency. (Photo shot in Uummannaq, Greenland, 2015. Photo sponsors: Jack and Sheila Wiggins.)


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