Teaching statement

At the crossroads of photography and visual culture, our theoretical-practical courses privilege student-centered, critical thinking, and interactive approaches. We use media from popular culture, film, photography, the Internet, and the visual arts. We help students formulate cross-cutting and interdisciplinary questions and encourage project-based research and flipped pedagogy. Polyglot and multicultural, we are very attentive to the quality and richness of the relationship with the students.  

Our Experience

Art, photography, and media departments      
Wide range of distinct students (Paris College of Art, University of Paris 8, Institut Catholique de Paris, Parsons Paris School, etc.)
Alternative teaching methods 

Our Skills

Guide constructively students in their diversity
Mentor diverse undergraduate and graduate students
Supervise Master’s theses
Coach PhD students  

Courses and workshops

Research methodology
Visual narratives
Image semiotics
Mobile studies
Visual and pop culture
Tailor-made workshops
In company team-building sessions

We can teach and do our workshops in : French, Spanish, English and Mandarin