Camille Vivier was born in Paris, France in 1977. She began photography ten years ago, while working as an Editorial Assistant at Purple magazine. Since then, she has collaborated with various magazines including; Acne Paper, New York Times, Dazed & Confused, and I-D. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and institutions including; Stuart Shave Modern Art, Galerie Kamel Mennour, CAPC Bordeaux, and Maison Europeenne de la Photographie.
In a reinterpretation of pictorial genres like nude or still life, fantastic bestiary or magical imagery, she creates her own personal mythology informed by literature, cinema, painting, and other cultural references. Her images delve into an abstract sphere where her small and fantastical theater scenes evolve into whispering sculptures, mermaids, and a world of curios. Recently, she has started filmmaking as a continuation of her photographic work.