Clémence Bradley

Clémence Bradley is originally from Paris, France, where she grew up in a very artistic family (painter, photographers, dancer, performer, designers and musicians). She graduated top of her class from the Centre International de Danse Jazz Rick Odums with a Jazz Dance Teacher State Diploma and attended the theater school Les Cours Florent. She started a career in musical theater while teaching jazz dance. She decided to further her acting skills at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Los Angeles. Shortly after graduating, she met her husband who’s a stunt performer for tv shows and films. When they moved to Atlanta, GA, Clémence’s passion about sharing French culture to Americans lead her to perform French songs with a street organ for public and private events. Today, she’s thrilled to be in a position to introduce and promote French culture to the Atlanta area on a bigger scale with the Alliance Française.  She’s eager to bring the French cultural exception to Atlanta with an emphasis on French films with the monthly Ciné Club, the European Film Festival and the creation of a French Film Festival. She’s enjoying living in Stone Mountain, GA where she finds the perfect balance between Atlanta’s multi-cultural scene and a direct access to hikes in nature.