Claude Néron studied sculpture and photography at Chelsea College of Arts in London. She
subsequently worked there as an artist’s assistant and a gallerist. She then moved to Los Angeles where she gained experience in interior design, floral design and set design.
She returned to Paris and began collaborating as a prop stylist, art director and set designer with various photographers, film makers and artists on editorial and advertising projects.
Driven by inspiration and curiosity, she gained experience in story telling and image making, trying to combine an attention to detail with a lightness prone to creativity.
Her work involves sourcing materials, objects and furniture, designing and supervising the fabrication of sets and objects, searching for the best craftmen or stockists suited to the project, proposing and pushing creative ideas alongside a resourceful team.
Her clients include luxury brands within the fashion, cosmetic, fragance and wine and spirits industry.
She has been in charge of the art direction and set design on music videos and advertising films.
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