Charlotte Fraigneau is a French photographer based in the beautiful town of Cambridge, England. She recently graduated from Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge with a Photography degree.
As a photographer, she likes exploring photography in all its form as she has a very curious personality and enjoys a new challenge. From analogue to digital, portraiture to documentary; she is taking every opportunity to learn more about photography.
With a particular interest in Spychology, Charlotte uses photography and digital manipulation as tools to create visuals for emotions, more specifically the emotion of being overwhelmed with the project Deluge.
Erik Johansson, Brooke Shaden, Nick Brandt and Eugenio Recuenco, among others, are her main visual inspirations.
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Shortlisted - Sustainability Art Prize 2018 | Cambridge. Photograph: Under Your Roof
Third place - Eaton Portrait Prize 2018 | Cambridge. Photograph: Drowning from the series Deluge
Third place - Queen's College Photography competition 2016 | Cambridge. Photograph: Colours of the way home
Shortlisted - Eaton Portrait Prize 2016 | Cambridge. Photograph: Uninhibited
Group exhibition - Mix it up - November/December 2018 | Gallery Re-Union / Prague, Czech Republic
Group exhibition - Free Range Show June/July 2018 | The Old Truman Brewery / Brick Lane, London
Group exhibition - Cambridge School of Art degree Show - June 2018 | Cambridge
Group exhibition - Sustainability Art Prize - April 2018 | Cambridge
Group exhibition - Eaton Portrait Prize - March 2018 | Cambridge
Group exhibition - Queen's College Photography Competition - May 2016 | Cambridge
Group exhibition - Eaton Portrait Prize - April 2016 | Cambridge
Group exhibition - Fresh Ideas - February 2016 | Cambridge
Aesthetica Magazine - Issue Ocotber/November 2018 (Link)
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