Pauline Humbert is a young Swiss photographer born in 1996 in Saint-Aubin and currently living in Lausanne. In 2020 she graduated from the Centre d'enseignement professionnel de Vevey (CEPV) with an advanced course in Visual Communication specialised in Photography.
The concept of collective memory through tangible or intangible traces is one of Pauline's approaches. While in the past these questions were expressed through the landscape, still life and object photography have become an essential source of experimentation.
She is currently working on the re-edition of the book Moessy which narrates the disappearance of her family home. An old farmhouse full of memories and traces of the past.