Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Pierre-Emmanuel Delétrée, born in Châlons en Champagne, France in 1984, is a Tokyo based French Photojournalist.
- Working with les Films des Tournelles as editor from September 2008 to July 2010
- Working with Aubermensuel and l'Argus de la presse from August 2010 to February 2014.
- 2015 Founding member of Japan Street Lens, a photography blog established by four photographers who intend to share their pictures recording the events and social phenomenon take place in Japan.
His work has been published in : The guardian, L'Union, L'Humanité, Le Parisien, Télérama, Rue 89, Metro...
Currently working for SIPA PRESS
Currently based in Tokyo, I'am available for any assignment in Japan and Asia to meet your photographic needs.
2016 - Journalists Association of Korea Awards
- Breaking news
- Video capture
Yoshiro Mori (L), Tokyo 2020 President and Yohei Sasakawa (R), The Nippon Foundation Chairman sign a register during a ceremony to mark the new agreement with the Nippon Foundation on Thursday 15 June. Tokyo Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games has concluded a collaboration agreement with the Nippon Foundation, a private non-profit humanitarian organisation supporting activities in fields such as social welfare, public health and education. They will develop a common training program for volunteers of Tokyo 2020 and build a volunteers center. 15/06/2017-Tokyo, JAPAN
Visit of Cecilia Malmström in Japan
Cecilia Malmström, Member of the EC in charge of Trade meets Hiroshige Seko, Japanese Minister for Economy, Trade and Industry at the ministry ( METI ) in Tokyo on July 1, 2017.