I became interested in photography while working in Africa for humanitarian NGOs. In 2010, I decided to pursue my commitment as a photographer in the Democratic Republic of Congo. I realized documentary works on social and human rights issues, and covered news as photo correspondant for the French Press Agency (AFP) until December, 2011. In 2012, he settled down in Paris and I have since worked as a freelance photographer. My work, regularly awarded, is widely published in the French and international media. My work on the social impact of the exploitation of copper in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is part of the permanent collection of the Library of Congress in the United States.
2015 - Sportfolio, 2014 - Fotografia Etica Short Story Award, 2014 - Bourse du Talent, 2013 - MSH Photography Fellowship Grand Prize, 2013 - Sophot award, 2013 - Bourse du Talent, 2013 - Aftermath Project Grant, 2012 - Festival «photoreporter» of St Brieuc, 2012 - Bourse du Talent, 2012 - NPPA Best of Photojournalism, 2012 - Days Japan International Photojournalism awards, 2012 - Sony World Photography Awards, 2011 - Getty Images Creative Grant, 2011 - Scoop, 2011 - Prix Scam Roger Pic, 2010 - Scoop, 2010 - Défit Jeune, 2010 - Getty Images Creative Grant , 2009 - EMI International photojournalism contest
- Audio capture
- Breaking news
- Military embed
The French Bourgeoisie
Members of the “Automobile Club de France” are savoring cigars on one of the terrace of prestigious Parisian circle together with their guests, during a meeting organized with top police officers, on June 25th, 2012.
Tresor Kaluw et Joël Luya, dancers of the Jecoke, are performing during a public show organised in the suburbs of Lubumbashi, capital of the rich mining province of Katanga, in the south-east of the Democratic Republic of Congo, on July 12th, 2009.