Artist, filmmaker & photographer, Quentin studied Philosophy at the University of Cambridge followed by a Masters in Illustration at Central St Martins. Her aesthetic is often described as a modern take on the surrealist tradition, realised largely through photomontage, loose paintwork, and dynamic video editing. Quentin works on every aspect of each project she chooses to undertake; from story-boarding concepts to photographing, directing and editing. She has worked with brands including Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Coach, Chloe, Balmain, Jimmy Choo, Celine, and Roger Vivier. Quentin’s talents have been featured by some of fashion’s leading publications, including Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar titles worldwide, i-D, AnOther and more. In 2018 Quentin shot Hilary Clinton for the final cover of Teen Vogue, the powerful cover marked the last print edition in the magazine’s history. In 2019 Quentin donned her photographer hat again, to shoot Taylor Swift & Florence Welch for their British ELLE Covers. Most recently, in 2022, Quentin shot legendary 1990s supermodel Kate Moss as the new creative director of Diet Coke.