Co-workers Pay Tribute to Lighting Designer That Died in Paris Attack

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Live Design

The Daily Mail

Nathalie Jardin, the 31-year- old lighting designer who has been working at Bataclan for almost four years, was one of the 89 people killed in the terrorist attacks at Bataclan in Paris on Friday night, Nov. 13, 2015, reported Live Design.

Nathalie Jardin was from Marcq-en- Baroeul, a town in Northern France. She also worked with Les Fatals Picards, a French punk- rock band started March 2014. A tribute to the lighting designer was written by the band for the French publication L’Observateur de Beauvais.  

"I don't know where my daughter is," said Patrick Jardin. "I don't know if she's still alive or in which hospital she might be." It was on Monday that Nathalie Jardin, daughter of Patrick Jardin was confirmed as deceased, reported the Daily Mail. 

She was working in the Bataclan on the night of the attack, lighting American band, Eagles of Death Metal concert.

 

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