Born in 1975 in Leuven, Isabelle Masson-Loodts was first working as archaeologist and art historian (ULg). She became than freelance journalist and author, and carried many stories and columns in the press, but also radio and television. She made many great stories for the show "Le Jardin Extraordinaire" (RTBF). Since 2009, his interest in the environment and history converged around the Landscapes at war project, a major survey initiated in 2010 about the environmental effects of the Great War. She also carries many reports and columns in the press, but also radio and television and runs several websites, blogs and social networks on issues related to eco- consumption. Since 2015, she joined the collective of photojournalists Huma as editor .
2015 - Best application at Hackathon eTourisme, 2014 - URTI Great Prize finalist, 1993 - Prix Gabriel Ringlet