Céline Bouchez is an award-winning Paris-based art director specializing in digital and editorial design. Her work is driven by typography, beautiful design experiences and bold ideas. She has worked for over 10 years with top clients and agencies, working with amazing clients: Dior, Cartier, J.Crew, Chico’s, Lenscrafters, Champagne Drappier and more. She is currently a luxury art director at T Brand Studio, brand marketing unit of The New York Times. 

As a 13 year old in France, Céline was tasked with finding placement for a one-week internship and incidentally landed at a family friend’s printing company, where she initially discovered her passion for layout creation and typography. Eight years later, she left for the States with two suitcases and one English phrase memorized (“Where is Brian? Brian is in the kitchen”) to pursue her Masters in Design from the School of Visual Arts. New York City was her home for nearly 10 years. She recently moved back home, in Paris.


Native Advertising Awards 2018, Best Native Advertising Strategy| Pomellato, Campaign Looking Back, Striding Forward
World Media Awards 2019, Luxury, Lifestyle and Fashion (Finalist)| Pomellato, Campaign Looking Back, Striding Forward
M&M Global Awards 2018, Special Award Content Creator of the Year | T Brand Studio


Digital Design
Brand Identity
Editorial Design

Art Direction

Creative Conceptualizing
Brand Consulting


Interior Design
Food & Wine