Juliette Charvet is a fine art photographer whose work focuses on the concept of the frontier as a quest for new territories and on the human presence within landscapes, with a specific emphasis on textures and materials in empty spaces.
Juliette Charvet studied journalism in Paris and spent over a year in Vietnam and Lebanon, where she perfected her skills as a photographer at the news agency AFP's photo service in Beirut. Later, she moved to New York where she attended the International Center of Photography. After 15 years in New York, she moved to the South of France with her husband and four children and she travels the world with her camera. Her work is regularly exhibited in the US and in France.