Born in Paris, Lucile fascinated by images, discovered the endless possibilities offered by graphic techniques during her studies at ESAG. But before that, at the age of 15, enrolled in a neighborhood workshop by chance, she learned screen printing, velvety and shimmering colors in direct tone, artisanal printing on the most beautiful papers, and especially intervention chance that upsets the composition and gives a poetic form to the image. This experience is decisive for her, and all her work since then will flow from it.
A graduate of Penninghen, she joined forces with Michel Maidenberg to form the graphic design studio Klaxon in the 80s. Together, they won their first advertising campaign, 4X3 posters for Europe 1. Many interventions in advertising followed (Charles Jourdan, Société Générale, Galeries Lafayette) and the press. When the group was dissolved, Lucile devoted herself to the press and worked regularly for Marie Claire, Biba, Dépêche Mode, Advantages, Phosphore, Muze, Psychologies Magazine. She collaborates every month for the magazine Jeune et Jolie from its creation until its last issue in 2010.
Always passionate about fashion, Lucile designed several collections of scarves for the house of Cacharel in the early 2000s, then continued her collaboration with Corinne Sarrut and her brand. In 2014, she created the calendar for before Dior Haute Couture and for several seasons, drew leather goods and silhouettes for the CTC trend books.
From 2010, following an order from Pom Bessot to Editions du Cherche Midi, to illustrate the cookbook "Les petites toques Le Nôtre", Lucile devotes a large part of his activity to culinary illustration, mainly in watercolor.
Her work will be published in France and abroad in cookbooks: À table avec Luana (Le Cherche Midi), Ein Italienischer Sommer (GU), Dinner Plans (Jennifer Calihan), The best recipes from our regions (Marabout Cuisine ), We will taste (Marabout Cuisine), We will taste La France (Marabout Cuisine).
In 2018, she produced poster campaigns "Le Bio de Danone", animated illustrations for the "SIRENA Tuna" videos in Australia as well as the packaging line for syrups, compotes and jams "Barker’s of New Zealand". His culinary illustrations are taken up by "RockFlowerPaper" to create a line of trays.
In 2019, she collaborated with Madame Figaro Japon, Qantas Inflight magazine in Australia, Beachcomber magazine, Mr & Mrs Smith Awards in the United Kingdom, Mainalnd Cheese and designed a series of illustrations for the summer issue of ELLE à Table.
The year 2020 begins with a Horoscope 2020 for the Australian version of Women's Entertainment Weekly, followed by a collaboration with the Japanese magazine "Gournache magazine", a publication for Guess, while continuing to develop with passion his personal work devoted to recipes and cities of the world.