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, documenting events, conferences, seminars, concerts, meetings, presentations and pitches with live drawings and sketchnotes. She is a permanent resident of Watershed’s Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol, where she explores how to take her scribing and live drawing practice to the next level with the help of creative technologies.
Through her illustrations and cartoons Camille likes to tell 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 Award and is currently being published as a blog series by Graphic Medicine.
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.
Camille’s clients include the University of Bristol, Homerton Hospital, Graphic Medicine, Six Agency, French Institute in London and Bluebell Care.
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."