Aline's passion for photography first developed when she was a teenager. She became a Young Ambassador for the children's charity UNICEF and held her first exhibition, Regards sur l'Enfance (Views on Childhood), in 2009 while she was still at high school. She later took part in group events, including Djerbahood, an open-sky museum project featuring the work of more than 150 street artists in Tunisia, for which she was the official photographer.
Since then, her work has been shown widely, both in print and online, in publications such as The New York Times, Le Monde, Al Jazeera and The Huffington Post.
Aline says she grew interested in experimenting with digital techniques while on her course at EPSAA. "It really opened my eyes to another world," she says. "I learned about creative digital technologies, including augmented reality, TouchDesigner and animation. These tools showed me it was possible to tell stories in many new ways."