Julie de Waroquier is a self-taught French photographer, also philosophy teacher, who started photography in 2008. Since 2010, she has distinguished herself by winning several national and international awards, including the International Emerging Artist Award. Her photographs are regularly exhibited in solo or group shows, and were notably showcased at the Rencontres d’Arles. Her work has been worldwide published, notably in The Telegraph, The Australian and Deccan Chronicles.
In the end of 2012, she has published her first book "Dreamalities", which is edited by KnowWare editions. In 2014, this book is adapted as a short film, in collaboration with the film-maker and director Damien Steck. The film has been awarded in several international festivals. In 2019, she has published "Clichés de femmes" with Atlande editions. The book associates sexist quotes from the most famous philosophers with ironical and dreamy pictures, to question and mock the quoted words. The same year, she publishes "La photo de mise en scène" with KnowWare editions
She also regularly works for famous brands or cultural campaigns. She has given conferences for Nikon and has been chosen as an ambassador for Adobe in 2017. She is an author for the French magazine Compétence Photo and occasionally writes papers for other photography magazines.