Born in Paris in 1984, Audrey Borgel took up photography very early on. From childhood, she was interested in photography and photographed her environment, portraits and landscapes. Audrey Borgel began to study photography in 2000, with a CAP photography in alternation, during which she worked in a photo laboratory and made black and white prints on an enlarger. Then in 2002, she undertook a training in professional bac photo still in alternation, and then worked in a famous photo agency under the name of Rue des Archives, French agency which works among others with the press, publishing, communication agencies , internet and television. The origin of the agency is the photographic collection of the Agip agency. http://www.rue-des-archives.com/fr/login In 2004, after her studies, Audrey became a laboratory assistant at Photo Service. Then in 2005, she then worked both at KCS press as an iconographer (photographic press agency which covers people, social, political and artistic news, http://www.kcspresse.com/) and in a watch company information both part-time, then moved to full-time in the information monitoring company where she still works today as Team Leader, manager. From 2003, Audrey took an interest in photos from books (models, actors…), while enriching her collection of travel photos (some reports can be found on the National Geographic photo community site). http://communaute.nationalgeographic.fr/membres/photographe-audrey/albums/ From 2005, Audrey takes photos of fashion shows, then for the association "Mister and Miss Métiss Attitudes" which takes her to Martinique for a report on Métis models. She also meets some Miss France that she takes pictures. In 2007, she created a blog page dedicated to book photos on book.fr, a showcase for the world of photographers and fashion. Since 2009, Audrey Borgel has been a self-employed photographer. She produces reports and photo events on demand and has created an online photo library, including all her photo collections. In 2015, she created a new photo company “Urban Visit Paris” which offers the production of photos and guided tours in Paris for tourists. Participation in a report on Paris in France 3 Région Ile de France in April 2017. Audrey works daily on her artistic projects and never ceases to create and feed her subjects.
In 2020, Gallery Art.C as part of the Expolaroid Festival 2020, Paris 11th. In 2020, EXP.20, International Festival on Experimental Photography Barcelona. In 2020, InstantArtArles 2020, (August 3-8, 2020), Galerie des Arénes, Arles. (canceled COVID-19) In 2020, Instant Cologne 2020, International Instant Art Expo, Germany. (canceled COVID-19) In 2019, Galerie Joseph, InstantArtParis, 51 Rue de Turenne, Paris. In 2019, at the Guell workshop, Polaroid Festival, Barcelona. In 2019, Polaroids exhibition at Atelier53 in Vanves. In 2019, Galerie L'Open Bach as part of the Festival Expolaroid Paris 13ème. In 2019, DOCK B as part of the Expolaroid Festival in Pantin. In 2018, Invitation to the exhibition of the Photo Club of Saint Mard 77, presentation of the Polaroids. In 2018, giant European Biennale, “The summer of portraits” in Bourbon-Lancy (throughout the summer). In 2018, Espace Beaurepaire, Polaroid Festival, Paris 10th. In 2018, International Photo Fair in Bièvres. In 2018, Galerie Aab-artists' workshops in Belleville, “Histoire d'un instant”, Paris 20th. In 2017, collective exhibition, Private sale "Les Petites Serres", 18, rue Larrey, Paris 5th. In 2017, International Photo Fair in Bièvres. In 2016, International Photo Fair in Bièvres. In 2014, CIDJ de la Tour Eiffel, “concrete abstraction (s)”. In 2012, month of photography at the “Art Ligre” Gallery, Paris 12th arrondissement. In 2011, Communic-Art Gallery on the “Faces” series, In 2002, photos of landscapes and portraits, city of Houilles, 78.