Sandrine Voillet is an art historian, guide, curator, TV presenter and writer
She presented the BBC series “Paris” which has been broadcast in the UK and all over the World. She made guest appearances on other documentaries about Paris such as “The Supersizers Eat … the French Revolution” ( BBC 2, 2009), “Monumental Challenge – Eiffel Tower” ( History Channel, 2011), “Pricing the Priceless – Eiffel Tower” ( US National Geographic, 2011), or “Edward Burra”, a documentary presented by Andrew Graham Dixon.
She is the author of “Sandrine’s Paris” book published by BBC Books and writes articles and features for the UK press: Lonely Planet, The Independent, Metropolitan, among others. She is also a scriptwriter, having won the Jury Special Prize at The French Screenwriting Festival in 2001.
She has also worked as an art curator for a private collection and as a press officer for Artificial Eye Film Distribution Company.
She holds an MA in Art History and Museology from the Ecole du Louvre, Paris.
Sandrine is available to tailor and host custom tours of Paris for groups of up to 6 people.
Tours are discussed, booked and planned with visitors in advance, on an individual basis.