Emilie developed a spacial sensitivness to visible changes in landscapes, and to traces left by human labour, human beings, ans passing time. Her approach on territories and landscapes is now the most important part of her photographic work.  


2022  - “Mues” Retrospective exhibition, Gallery Traces, Pernes-Les-Fontaines - France 

2020 - “Imminentes Évasions” Collective exhibition, Musée Muséum Départemental of Gap city - France

2019 - “The Time of the Foresters”, Cultural house of Crots city, Hautes Alpes district - France

2018 - “Flat waters from Tonle Sap”, Contemporary Art Festival of Avignon city - France

2018 - “The Place”, Photography Festival of Aix-en-Provence city - France

2015 - “Suspended Time”, Collective exhibition, Comptoirs Arlésiens de la Jeune Photographie Gallery, Arles city - France

2014 - “Echo”, End of residency exhibition, Cultural Center of Aramon city, Gard district - France 

2014 - “Voices from the land, stories from the village” Alliance Française of Lusaka - Zambia 

2011 - “A Season In The Trees”, Collective exhibition, Comptoirs Arlésiens de la Jeune Photographie Gallery, Arles city - France

2010 - “Cairn d'Artistes”, Collective exhibition, Contemporary Art Gallery Privas' city Theater, Ardèche district - France

2009 - “Cairn d'Artistes”, Collective exhibition and inauguration of the photo series “The Spine Of The Moutain”, District Museum of Gap city, France

2005 - “A Story being told”, end of studies' project. Projection at Voies Off Photography Festival of Arles city - France


2021 - Grant from the Delegation of the European Union to Ethiopia for the development of the Ethio-French artistic project: "The(dis)Appearing Town". Collaboration with the Ethiopian Photographer: Michael Tsegaye. Ongoing project

2013 - Grant of residence allocated by the Departmental Council of Gard, within the framework of the Artistic Residence of the Territory of the Community of Communes of Pont du Gard.

2008 - Grant to support Young Artists awarded by the Departmental Council of the Hautes Alpes for the production of the photo series: “The Spine Of The Moutain”.


2001-2004 - She graduates at the Ecole Supérieure des Arts de l’Image, the « 75 » / Photography Department, Brussel - Belgium

2000-2001 - National School of Fine Arts of Lyon - France


Émilie Reynaud-Cochet was represented by the Comptoirs Arlésiens de la Jeune Photographie Gallery in Arles from 2011 to 2017, the year the gallery closed.