- comic book
- graphic design
- creative thinking
- graphic communication
- Six Agency
- University of Bristol
- Brighton and Sussex Medical School
- Bluebell Care
- French Institute of London
- Scribe and live drawing for university and industry conferences, public events and concerts
- Illustrations and cartoons for digital and print editorials, on and offline campaigns, books and graphic novels
- Instruction of creative workshops
- Exhibition of artworks in group shows and events throughout the UK and mainland Europe
- Speaker at conferences and talks within the illustration and graphic novel industry
Camille Aubry is a French graphic artist based in Bristol. She graduated as an architect in Paris before completing an MA in Illustration at Camberwell College of Arts.
Camille works as a scribe, covering events, concerts, meetings, presentations and pitches with live drawings. This gives various organisers a unique way to engage and collaborate with their audience as well as giving them a powerful visual memory of their event that highlight key thoughts and ideas. Her clients include the University of Bristol and the French Institute of London.
Camille creates illustration, cartoons and comic books. Through her artwork she likes to document stories of activism, whether they are born in the streets or at home, in the social unit of the family. Her on-going graphic novel A Journey to Motherhood was longlisted in both 2018 and 2019 for the Laydeez Do Comics Prize. She also has 10 years of graphic communication experience, art directing concept design pitches and creating marketing materials for architects and interior designers.
She is a founding member and official illustrator of the French multidisciplinary collective Sans plus Attendre with whom she has worked and exhibited throughout France and mainland Europe.
Find out more about Camille by reading this interview by Andy Oliver on the magazine Broken Frontier.
Recommendation from Dr. Keir Williams, Teaching Fellow in Design Thinking
Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship
University of Bristol
Commisioned Camille for scribe services May and June 2019
"(Camille) was amazing and I wanted to recommend her if you’re looking for any live scribing for events, seedcorn projects or developing marketing material (…) I can’t recommend her enough. She has a great understanding of communication and branding and I found she was able to quickly and succinctly document the nuances of expert speakers even when it’s not her field. She works fast and well and is able to capture key ideas with efficient, beautiful visuals."
"Putting a Positive Spin on the Story of Cycling" is a project developed by the School of Modern Languages at The University of Bristol and led by Professor Martin Hurcombe, exploring the experiences of cycling later in life. It aims to combat negative images of cyclists, and to capture and reflect the feelings that these riders associate with cycling. I was very pleased to illustrate this article and interviews with three editorial illustrations.
I was very honoured to be commissioned as the official scribe for this year?s edition of the worldwide conference Graphic Medicine.
I was very pleased to collaborate with the award-winning Bristol-based creative agency Six on a project for one of their long term clients. I produced a series of illustrations, which put a cartoon twist on a set of presentations aimed at employee engagement workshops.
Extract from a series of illustrations created for the charity Bluebell Care during the Maternity Mental Health Awareness Week in April 2019
Extract from a commission by the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at the University of Bristol where I was invited to scribe the conferences for their Bristol Contours event.