Aude Charrin, born in 1989, studied architecture at the Paris La Villette National School of Architecture, and obtained her diploma in 2012. After a few months of professional practice leading her to work in India and Africa on the start-up of projects linked to ecology and local populations, the desire to listen to the language of her own body and to tell stories became vital.
She met contemporary dance in 2013, and since then has taken numerous contemporary dance lessons and participated in many choreographic projects. Since 2015, she has entered the world of cinema, this great storytelling factory, where she works mainly on sets, in different professions. She explores another side of the world of decor with the design of a structure for a circus show in 2019.
Along with all this, she writes a show inspired by The Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri, with her two sisters Lise and Anne. From this work is born an aesthetic universe that must be explored and put into images. In 2020, this leads to the co-directing and self-production of the short film The Secret Walls, which is for her the opportunity to realize her love of manufacture, teamwork, and to discover cinematographic directing.