Stephanie is a French photographer and art project manager based in New York.
She is faculty at The International Center of Photography where she teaches portraiture, long term photography project and book making. She also proposes one-of-a-kind photography trips, critique, editing and sequencing session and creates and manages activist projects. As a photographer, she contributes to magazines in Europe and the US as portrait and travel photographer.
Her work was exhibited in Europe and America and she received several awards both in France and Canada.
Stephanie’s work has been featured in The New York Times Newspaper, The Guardian, Le Monde Magazine, Images Magazine, ELLE, Le Journal de La Photographie, View Magazine, Io Donna, Zoom magazine, Esquire…
Some of her images are syndicated by Redux Agency in New York, and Interlinks Images in Paris. Charron gallery in Paris represents some of her artistic projects.
Her clients include: The New York Times Newspaper, Havas, Edible Manhattan, Nestlé, The William Vale, Libération, Sephora, Le Point, Quinn NY, OBA, The Good Life, Storey Publishing, Popular Mechanics among others.
Launched in 2008, Untapped Cities is a one-of-a-kind tour company and web magazine that offers off-the-beaten path experiences in New York City. This team of curious minds invites New Yorkers to rediscover their city by unearthing the city's most surprising places, stories and unique events.
Untapped Cities is regularly featured in publications like the New York Times, Washington Post, New York Magazine and more.