Japan Street Lens
Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan
Nicolas Datiche, born in Tours, France in 1981, is a Tokyo based French Photojournalist.
Studying at INALCO of International Economics and Japanese Language and Civilization where he discovered his passion to photography by chance while participating the movement against the Pécresse Law University with his Olympus SLR.
Joined the agency Wostok Press in 2009 and attended the Copenhagen Summit in the same year and produced various reports: Trade of bluefin tuna in Japan, protests Indignados in Spain, then the after influence of the Tsunami of Northeasten Japan.
- Working with the agency Wostok Press from September 2009 to January 2013 .
- 2012 Founding member of Off Source. Collective independent press is Off Source born of a common desire: to account for the link between human and the environment, and their daily interaction.
- February-March 2012: launch the project of Tsunami311aftermath with Arnauld Bernard and Mathieu Gaudin.
The book Tsunami Aftermath ordering is available online.
- Participating in the project Orient Express Reporter Cafébabel to discover the Balkans and Turkey with respect to the city ecology of Istanbul in 2012.
- 2012 joined Sipa Press for news on Paris and the dissemination of its reports abroad.
- Participating in the project "Journeys to School" hold by Unesco and Sipa Press with a subject to children's department in Miyagi affected by the Japan tsunami 2011 in 2012. The photography were displayed in the exhibition held at the Headquarters of the United Nations in New York in 2013.
- Breaking news
- RISC training