Jeanne MADIC is a french analog photographer and a Super-8mm filmmaker with celtic and north african origins, who lives and works near Paris, France. She has a passion for the grain and spirit of film photography, its accidents, and its slow qualities.
Her interest lies in onirism, spiritualism and a daydreamed reality of a slow life. The special geography of dreams, the characters you may encounter in them. Ghosts, lighter beings. Memory.
She collaborates regularly with musicians ( Piano Magic, Jozef Van Wissem, etc ... ), photographers, filmmakers ( Guy Maddin, Friedl Kubelka... ) and fashion stylists as a model, a performer ( as a musician, she is "Vanishing Twins" ) and loves to produce artworks for album covers / music videos.
Her visual work has been published in several magazines and books / anthologies, shown in Germany, France, U.K., Lithuania, Slovakia, and is featured on VOGUE.it.
She recently was asked to join a collective of women artists which was created to organize exhibitions around the world.
Jeanne studied at the Glasgow School of Arts, Scotland and has lived in London.
She has a theatre background, former actress and student at Paris Sorbonne Nouvelle and Glasgow University. In photography though, she is mainly a self-taught .
Her website: vanishingtwins.co.uk/