Born in 1981 in Jura, France, Alice received a master's degree in Life and Earth Sciences from Toulouse University and a master’s degree in Science Journalism from Bordeaux University. At that time she was competing at an international level in canoe slalom, what lead her to care about environmental issues. A writer, she then took a photo documentary class at the International Center of Photography in NYC and a documentary filming class at Ateliers Varan, in Corsica, to complete her skills.
Her work is at the crossroad of environment and social issues. She documents native communities and the threats they are facing because of the exploitation of their territories (deforestation in the Congo Basin, East Africa, Amazonia, oil rush in Canada and Artic regions, biopiracy). She currently focuses her work on the impact of climate change and globalization on local communities (Nepal, Thailand).
As a writer and a photographer, Alice has contributed to Terra Eco, Le blog de XXI, Ça m’intéresse, Le Courrier, Neon, Le Monde/La Vie, Libération, Causette. As a videographer she contributes to Universciences and has recently produced her own documentary with Ateliers Varan.
Alice is available for assignments worldwide. She can also talk a lot about the long-term development of the projects that are close to her heart.
- Breaking news
- Video capture
- Video editing