Stéphanie Beaudoin became known as a professional visual artist ''declaring herself dead". Following outstanding master studies in Art History, she conducted the project I am dead from 1993 to 1997. Some of her exhibits I am dead presented in Montreal & Toronto could be considered as ones of the first ''pop-up'' shows. She also directed a short 35 mm film - Sarah Bernhardt Divine - who was released in all Famous Players theatres across Canada. Since 2000, she is considered as an «agricultural farmer» as the cofounder of the cidery at the origin of ice cider in the world, Verger Hemmingford ( known as Domaine Neige after La Face Cachée de la Pomme before the founder couple lost the business). From 2008 to 2014, Beaudoin was also invited as a guest artist to design over 30 chronicles for the residential architecture TV show Visite Libre. In 2012, she did the Art Direction for Quebec's Olympic Culinary team, at IKA in Germany. Beaudoin's work have been exhibited in galeries (Oboro and Monde Ruelle in Montreal) and subject of many publications - her work is commented in the essais Faking Death, Canadian Art Photography and the Canadian Imagination. Stéphanie Beaudoin still produces randomly in her workshop in Hemmingford.