Frontline Freelance Register
Montréal, QC, Canada
Reporter-illustrator and documentary photographer, Marc-André Pauzé has traveled roads, trails and tracks, from Africa to the Canadian Arctic, always looking for stories and reports where he tries to give back a place to the human close to the earth and the voiceless. After years of photojournalism, he now writes notebooks and reports with his watercolor drawings. Stuck on the real, he gave himself a mission, that of exploring, documenting and telling the story of human action by rubbing together stories, information and drawings.
His photo and illustrated reports were publish by media outlets such as La Presse +, Liberation, The Globe and Mail, the International Herald Tribune, La Tribune and the World Health News at the Harvard School of Public Health. He has also worked on a global campaign of Amnesty International.
2011 - Independent Journalism Award - Finalist, 2011 - Independent Journalism Award - Finalist
- Breaking news
- RISC training
From black and white to color, from photography to watercolor illustrations, my images are characterized by a search for visual elements that support the story to tell, but always based on reality and the information to be transmitted.
Hunting for seals
November 2014 - Kangiqsualujjuaq, Nunavik, Qc, Canada. Jimmy and Paulussie Jarraruse, two Inuit hunters are scouting the upriver area of the George River estuary in their wooden canoe for seals.
Rescue from a polar bear attack
July 24 2012 - George River, Nunavik, Canada. The rescue team jump in joy when they finally hear the helicopter arriving after more than two hours without news from the helicopter progression. All morning, the communication systems (short wave and satellite) were working on and off. The night before, an Inuk woman, Alice Annanack was attacked by a polar bear. In spite of her fighting the bear and her husband killing the animal, Alice suffered severe injuries on her scalp and her right hand was crushed and broken.