Admissions & Student Life Team

Meet the Team

The Paris College of Art admission team is available to guide your through the admissions process and to help you prepare for life in Paris.

Sara Krauskopf

Sara Krauskopf

Executive Director of Admissions & Communications

As the head of the Admissions team, I am the one with the longest history with Paris College of Art — I received my BFA here in the 80s and then joined the school as Director of Admissions in 1998! An American, I grew up in New Jersey and lived in NYC for many years between doing my BFA and returning to France.

sara.krauskopf@paris.edu

Marie Breton

Marie Breton

Admissions Manager for Special Programs

As the only Frenchie on the team, I get to use my love for linguistic challenges on a daily basis –  the team calls it the “One minute of French with Marie Breton”. Photographer and story teller, I love to people watch and sublime the ordinary creating abstractions of reality through my lens, or with the help of a piece of charcoal and an eraser. Collector (of notebooks, sea shells, religious objects), ocean lover, singer, I will exchange my extensive travel stories and awkward moments for yours!

marie.breton@paris.edu

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Heather Beaumont

Ambassador for China

I am an artist who makes objects and sound installations in public space. I like to exploit the liminal space that exists when we see or hear something we cannot place. I have a degree in fashion with extensive experience designing women’s wear as well as a Fine Arts Degree completed at the Paris College of Art. A Canadian expatriate I have lived abroad in France and Germany – I currently live in Shanghai. Engaged in anything art & culture, I stay connected wherever I go.

heather.beaumont@paris.edu

Megan Tierney

Megan Tierney

International Program Manager

Being Scottish, the thing I appreciate most about living in Paris is probably the weather, which is maybe hard for those from even sunnier climates to understand!  Besides that, I never grow tired of the culture and the vibrancy.  Having moved around a fair bit, I am so happy to call Paris my home.  The daily ups and downs of living here mean I am never bored, and working at PCA means I get to experience the diversity of the city in my job too.

megan.tierney@paris.edu