Juliette Jourdain’s love of art dates back to her childhood. Painting, cutting, folding, modeling, in short, playing with different materials, was her favorite pastime as a child, long before she decided to become a photographer—a career she prepared for in a three-year program at the École Française d’Enseignement Technique (EFET).
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