Camille Farrah Lenain

Biography:
Camille Farrah Lenain is a French-Algerian documentary and portrait photographer who grew up in Paris, studied Photography at l’ESA in Brussels and at ICP in New York City (virtual). She relocated to New Orleans in 2013, where she teaches at Tulane University and works on long-term projects with a focus on empathetic portraiture, exploring the notions of stereotypes, collective memory and plural identities.

Her clients include : The New York Times, Rolling Stone, The Washington Post Magazine, T Magazine, Sierra Magazine, The Bitter Southerner and Libération. Her photographs have been exhibited internationally, including at the Arab World Institute, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Les Boutographies, PhotoVogue Festival. She was previously an Artist in Residence at the Joan Mitchell Center and NUNU’s Arts Collective.

Camille is a member of Women Photograph, Diversify Photo and Authority Collective, and works between France and Louisiana.