THE LEMON TREE HOUSE-KEEPERS
The Lemon Tree House was co-founded in 2013.
The residency has had the benefit of a wide range of impressive staff and their participation remains an integral part of The Lemon Tree House experience.
Special thanks to Camporsevoli and the Grossi family - especially Roberto Donovan & Valentina and Pietro Grossi - who’ve made The Lemon Tree House a home.
If you are interested in applying for one of our work exchange programs or are looking to discuss related financial aid, please follow link below. Of particular interest are these skills: serving, driving, drafting contracts, graphic design, web and tech development, advertising and marketing, cooking, social media, photography and videography--but we are always open to discussing options.
Please send us the usual application as well as a letter of intent explaining your situation.
JULIE JOLICOEUR - DIRECTOR
is a Canadian writer from Oshawa, Ontario who now calls Paris home. A graduate of The University of British Columbia with a BA in Philosophy and Political Science, Julie went on to study Non-Fiction under the UBC Creative Writing Department and has published some of her short non-fiction in Canadian literary magazines and newspapers. Since moving to Paris is 2007, Julie has kept a blog about the trials of being a poor ex-patriot writer struggling to survive in the City of Light called My Tropic of Cancer. While Julie’s main focus is writing, she has a passion for visual arts and music also. With a long career in hospitality and tourism: from four-star hotels in Vancouver, to managing fine dining, cafes and bars across Toronto to overseeing bistros and kitchens in Paris, Julie is The Lemon Tree House’s director & host, working from dawn til dusk assuring that each of you has an enjoyable, comfortable and productive working holiday with us.