Christophe Laudamiel is a perfumer, scent artist, author and lecturer. Scents famous across the globe and his internationally exhibited scent artworks are created in his studios in Berlin and New York.
As a perfumer. Christophe Laudamiel contributed to developments for, amongst others, Abercrombie & Fitch, Estée Lauder, Ralph Lauren, Burberry, Tom Ford, Clinique, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger, Amanda Lepore, Humiecki & Graef, Nest Fragrances and The Fragrance Kitchen.
A particular emphasis of his work is interior design using scents. Around the world, he and his German partner, Christoph Hornetz have developed individual room fragrance installations for companies such as Hotel Langham Place Fifth Avenue, Armani, Emporio Armani, Lacoste, Belstaff, Virgin Fitness, Grand Hyatt China and Cesare Paciotti. Laudamiel and Hornetz also created the „scent track“ for the film „Perfume: The Story of a Murderer“.
Christophe Laudamiel is an Osmothèque Versailles accredited scent historian of the Academy of Perfumery and Aromatics in New York City. A title that only two perfumers in the USA have achieved.
His artistic work with scents began in 2003 with works for Art Basel Miami, Galerie Knocke, Belgium and participation in exhibitions in New York, Paris, Saõ Paulo, London and Davos (WEF). The „Scent Opera“ curated by Christophe Laudamiel in 2009 originally exhibited at the Guggenheim Museum New York and Bilbao gained worldwide recognition. Scent installations (Garden of Addiction) can be found at the International Perfume Museum, Grasse and the Musée du quai Branly, Paris. His creations are amongst the first scents officially archived at Harvard University.