Camy Verrier regularly responds to institutional and press orders. She is particularly fond of portraiture and reporting, which she treats with sensitivity and accuracy. The living subject, his story and his memory are at the heart of his research.
Camy Verrier répond régulièrement à des commandes institutionnelles et presse. Elle affectionne particulièrement le portrait et le reportage, qu'elle traite avec sensibilité et justesse. Le sujet vivant, son histoire et sa mémoire sont au coeur de ses recherches.
"Who sees Sein, sees its end"
The island of Sein, whose Breton name is Enez-Sun, is located in the Atlantic Ocean, off the Brittany peninsula, 8 kilometers from the Pointe du Raz.
A true bath of light, this lonely island is as fragile as it is resistant.
Located in the middle of a particularly dangerous reef zone, it is frequently shaken by violent currents. There are countless shipwrecks in the area.
On the Marseilles travel area, on the outskirts of the city, adults and Gypsy children lend themselves to group games.
The women look at the youngest and the doyenne contemplates the nomadic playground.