Nathalie Bertrams is an award-winning freelance photographer and journalist who routinely publishes in major newspapers such as The Guardian, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Al Jazeera, De Groene Amsterdammer and the Mail & Guardian. She is a National Geographic Explorer, a Fellow of the Robert Bosch Foundation and has received multiple reporting grants, e.g. from the Pulitzer Centre on Crisis Reporting, Free Press Unlimited and the European Journalism Center. Her reporting focuses mainly on underreported environment and development issues. She was awarded the 2018 Hostwriter Story Prize for a story on vanilla and illegal rosewood in Madagascar and received the Lorenzo Natali Media Prize for a reportage on gold mining in Mozambique in 2016. Nathalie studied Fine Arts in the Netherlands, the USA and Germany and has a master’s degree from Kunstakademie Düsseldorf, Germany.
2018 - National Geographic Explorer, 2018 - European Journalism Center, 2017 - Pulitzer Centre on Crisis Reporting, 2017 - Stiftung Kunstfonds - Grant, 2015 - Lorenzo Natali Media Prize , 2019 - Reporters in the Field
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