Yvel Champagne was introduced to film at the age of 7 by her father, who loved cinema and taught her to use video and Super 8 cameras. She has worked in music, visuals arts, performance, video, film, television, soundtracks and writing. Her work has been seen in many festivals and has won various mentions and awards; it is also part of the permanent video collection of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec and of several private collections in Montreal, Paris, New York, California and Berlin. She produced the first EPI record in Quebec in 1982, called Cham-Pang (from a Canadian and European tour), has performed in Montreal, New York, Milan and Osaka from 1970 to 1984, and has participated in the production of film soundtracks, including Léa Pool's first feature film Strasscafé. She is very interested in scuplture, architecture, sciences, nature and also inventors.She is also an actrice. Life is her motto and freedom of creation.