Céline Anaya Gautier
Céline was born in Peru and lived there between the ages of 9 and 18. In 2003, she undertook her first piece of photographic work, “heart of women ”. Over the next two years, she followed homeless women in Paris. She received a Kodak Young Reporter grant and a “Défi jeune” grant from the Ministry for Youth and Sport for this work, was one of the winners of the Marcel Bleustein-Blanchet grants and also had a book entitled “Heart of women” published by La Martinière in March 2005. In December 2004, she set out to do a report about Haitian sugarcane cutters in the Dominican Republic called “Slaves in Paradise”. She started an international campaign to denounce the conditions of slavery to which the sugar cane cutters were subjected in the Dominican Republic.
Céline Anaya Gautier was a finalist in CARE International’s Grand Prix for Humanitarian Reporting and won the prize for investigative journalism at the Festival duScoop in Angers in 2007. The matter has now featured in about a hundred articles in the national and international press. Her book “Slaves in Paradise”, was published in April 2007 by “Vent d’ailleurs”. In 2008 she published her third book The true taste of Cambodia that invites the reader to discover the country " smile " through its culinary art and culture, for which she received in 2009 the price of greedy book. In 2015 , Celine first novel written fool " Hey Mom , it's still far Compostela " following a trip she undertook with her 7 year old son , 1200 km on foot to become a little man . This book is nominated for the award of the testimony. Céline is now 38 years of age, and lives and works in Paris. he works on her new subject "with hounds , a hue and cry " on the Hunting with hounds in France. She publishes his own work and collaborates with several magazines in France and abroad : Courrier International , Le Figaro Magazine, Match, VSD , Peregrine , Panorama , Liberation , Le monde, New York Times , Le Monde 2 , Marie Claire home, Monocle.
- Audio capture
- Still life
- Video capture