Lula Camus was born in Paris ,France in 1973. After studying History of Art and Cinema at the Sorbonne, she moved to London where she took an interest in photographing people with strong identities.
“I think there is a certain freedom of expression here that you don’t get in my country,” she admitted
In 2000 she shot Johnny Borrell’s first press pictures and soon after became acquainted with The Libertines. She even made a guest appearance their iconic The 77 Demos singing on vocals. As with most of the early Libertines tracks, it was acoustic, and Lula’s verse is sung completely in French.
Through her photographs she is always looking to capture the essence of her subjects while creating a strong and lively visual experience.
Her work has been published in NME, Dazed & Confused, Mojo and The Independent.
She has also been commissioned by record companies and press agencies to do album covers and press shots.