Ambre was born in Clermont-Ferrand in Auvergne, France, but was raised in the city of Manosque, in Provence.

After following studies in visual communication then in tourism, she stays in Canada for three years, when she will work in a photographic studio. Troughout her encounters, she develops her passion for artistic photography.

She comes back to France in 2012 and meets Peter Knapp, Henri Kartmann and Hans Feurer. In the beginning of 2013, she tames her first Rolleiflex camera and starts doing personal work. She organizes her first solo exhibition in September 2013 in La Sauvetat, Auvergne (France). In February 2014, she is accepted in the Regard Perdu gallery. She is also selected in the first phase of the FotoFilmic'14 contest.

In June 2014, she finished her Bachelor in Photography, under the training of Alix Häfner and Michel Mazzoni. She presented her memoir addressing the place of the photographic act in order to create images having a strong emotional load.

In september 2014, she was projeted during the Hope and Faith night at the International Festival of Photography in Braga, Portugal.

In october 2014, she was part of the exhibitions of the festival Le Off de Nicéphore in Clermont-Ferrand, France.

In january 2015, her first book, Wanderlust, was published under a subsiption. You can buy it here. This book was selected in the 2015 edition of the Encontros da Imagem festival, Braga, Portugal.

In October 2016, she was part of the exhibitions of the festival Le Off de Nicéphre in Clermont-Ferrand, France, and in November 2016, she officially released her newest project, Home.