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Camille Aubry

Illustration, Creative Artwork, Visual Communication

  • French Bristol-based live illustrator (scribe) and cartoonist
  • Permanent resident at Watershed's Pervasive Media Studio
  • Remote and in-person graphic recording services
  • 10 years of graphic communication experience
  • Strong hand and digital drawing skills
  • Solid knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite and Procreate for iPad
  • MA Illustration Camberwell College of Arts graduate (2008)

 

Camille Aubry is a French graphic artist based in Bristol. She graduated as an architect and scenographer in Paris before completing an MA in Illustration at Camberwell College of Arts. She is a permanent resident at Watershed's Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol where she explores how to take her live illustration practice to the next level with the help of creative technologies.

Camille works as a live illustrator (scribe), documenting academic conferences, cultural and industry events with live drawings and sketchnotes. She develops a 'live illustration' performance practice, combining her ability to draw in the moment, inspired by what she witnesses, with the longer tricks of the sequential arts and the help of creative technologies. Her commissioners include the University of Bristol, South West Creative Technology Network, NHS, French Institute, SS Great Britain and Bluebell Care.

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 for the Laydeez Do Comics Award and is being published as a blog series on the Graphic Medicine website since December 2019. Since 2018 Camille co-manages the Bristol Laydeez do Comics branch and organises comics-related events around the city. 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.

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SWCTN

I have been providing remote graphic recording services for the South West Creative Technology Network's workshops during lockdown.

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MEDICAL HUMANITIES

Remote live illustration for the Medical Humanities course at the University of Bristol, recording students' experiences of lockdown.

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BLUEBELL CARE

Series of illustrations for this year?s Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week.

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ESCP MADRID

Editorial illustrations for an article on the subject of remote working by Petros Chamakiotis at ESCP Business School.

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A JOURNEY TO MOTHERHOOD

My 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.

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MEDICINE ON THE WALLS

I was very honoured to take part in the #medicineonthewalls ?Stay In? project, piloted by Dr John Lee at the University of Bristol?s intercalated BA in Medical Humanities, in collaboration with People?s Republic of Stokes Croft and street artist Object.

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Futures: European Researchers' Night at SS Great Britain

I was very honoured to be invited to scribe the Futures: European Researchers' Night at the historical SS Great Britain. My role was to document this family friendly event with interactive trails and a whole host of hands-on activities with live drawings. This project was funded by the EU and delivered by the Public Engagement Team at the University of Bristol.

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Positive Spin

"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.

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Graphic Medicine

I was very honoured to be commissioned as the official scribe for this year?s edition of the worldwide conference Graphic Medicine.

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Six Agency

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.

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Bluebell Care

Extract from a series of illustrations created for the charity Bluebell Care during the Maternity Mental Health Awareness Week in April 2019

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Digital Health Platforms, University of Sussex School of Business

I was commissioned to scribe a day of talks and workshops at the University of Sussex Business School on the subject of digital health platforms, with keynote presentations by Care Opinion and MedicineAfrica. A project led by Dr Petros Chamakiotis and Dr. Dimitra Petrakaki and supported by the SHI Foundation.

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Bristol Contours

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.

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Key Skills

  • scribing
  • sketchnoting
  • illustration
  • cartoon
  • comic book
  • graphic design
  • creative thinking
  • graphic communication
  • storyboard
  • sequential art
  • graphic recording

Key Clients

  • Six Agency
  • University of Bristol
  • Brighton and Sussex Medical School
  • Bluebell Care
  • French Institute of London
  • Nhs
  • Swctn

Location

Bristol

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