Amandine Paulandre was born in Grenoble in 1989. She picked up her first camera at the age of 8 and took a ton of analog photographs of her cat. She would drive her parents mad as they would have to pay for developing the films. Today she juggles her life as a photographer with her studies in Philosophy in La Sorbonne. In her free time she likes to make beautiful hangings. We paid a visit to her Parisian apartment to take some pictures and have a short chat.
1. What inspires you?
2. What is your creative process?
I don’t have one. Take me anywhere and everything will happen naturally.
3. A movie
Nosferatu fantom der natch, it has a spectacular aesthetic.
4. A book
The Hobbit. Or Jane Eyre. Or Tales of two cities. Or maybe Dracula. So many!
5. A restaurant
My fathers in Grenoble, the BM.
6. A CD
The original soundtrack from Juno.
7. A place