Camille Sineau is a French architect and anthropology research student based in North-East Scotland. He graduated at the School of Architecture of the Cities and Territories in Marne la Vallée in 2012. During his studies he followed the teaching of Valerio Olgiati in Mendrisio school of architecture, and then worked in Tokyo for Go Hasegawa Associates. Shortly after graduating, he worked in London for a few years with Adam Khan Architects where he was made an associate. He is today pursuing an anthropological research under the supervision of Tim Ingold and Jo Vergunst in the University of Aberdeen, where he is exploring diverse ways of practicing architecture with anthropology independently and collaboratively. He recently started to work with Deveron Projects on The Town is the Garden, a local food growing project.