Surveyor-Topographer engineer, Camille holds a master’s degree in photogrammetry, positioning and deformation measurement.
She learned 3D digitization techniques through her studies and professional experiences, and discovered the 3D survey for heritage sites since 2015 during her internship at the Chambord domain.
In 2016, Camille began her professional career as a Design Engineer for the Geodesy and Metrology Department at IGN. With this experience, she chose in 2020 to put her skills as a surveyor engineer (and sportsperson!) at the service of cultural heritage safeguarding, by committing to our field team.