Kinshasa, République démocratique du Congo
Graduated in Social Communications (IHECS, Brussels) and in Documentary Photography & Digital Storytelling (UPVD, Perpignan), Caroline developed her passion for photography as her preferred medium of expression. Her predilection goes to societal themes strongly rooted in « human » and the sharing of experiences.
In 2002, she fell in love with Congo at a photo contest organized by Nescafé to travel to any country in the world. Since then, she has produced numerous articles published in the Belgian and European press: Le Point, Jeune Afrique, Paris Match. be, Le Soir, La Libre Belgique, Le Vif l’Express, Knack magazine, NRC Handelsblad, Métro, la Dernière Heure, Imagine, L'Echo…
Versatile, Caroline also enjoys telling stories through other media. Whether in video (three documentaries & corporate films to her credit); writing (as an author of press articles and of « Le Petit Futé » travel guides devoted to DR Congo) ; or transmedia (co-director of the webdocumentary « En son âme et conscience », awarded at the Festival International du Film d’ Environnement of Paris).
In 2014, she started a long-term project documenting the journey of young legionnaires that she followed as closely as possible, since their arrival and training in the 4th Regiment of the Foreign Legion (exhibition during the « Contre-Champs » festival in Carcassonne, in Brussels…).
Since 2015, she has been developing new documentary projects in Ukraine and Poland. And continues its activities as a freelance photographer, author and director for personal projects or assignments (press, corporate films, NGO’s…). With the same leitmotiv : trying to understand the world as it goes, by immersing herself in contexts that are ‘a priori’ distant or complex. And for ideally adventurous projects.
- Audio capture
- Video capture