Emilia Rigaud (b. 1997) is a photographic artist who reflects on the fragility of life through analogue photography and small-scale installations. She strives to find the ethereal in the everyday, creating photographs in which time ceases to exist for a small moment – before inexorably disappearing to the past. A student of Photography at the Irish Institute for Art, Design and Technology in Dublin, Rigaud is currently following exchange studies in Finland at the Aalto University School of Arts, Design and Architecture. Her images have been published in various publications and photo festivals, including PhotoIreland Festival, Emerge Magazine, District Magazine, PhotoIreland New Normal and PhotoVogue.