Yohan Bonnet (b. in 1980) is a french freelance photographer.
He is a graduate of Institut Régional des Techniques de l'Image et du Son (IRTIS) in Rochefort, France.
His photographs have been published in Paris Match, VSD, Le Monde, Marianne, Libération, La Croix, Pèlerin, Le Figaro, La Vie, GQ, Alternatives Economiques, Le Parisien Magazine, Terre Sauvage, L'Humanité, Le Journal du Dimanche, Sacremento Bee, The Times, Corriere Della Serra, The Guardian, Herald Sun, O Globo...
Yohan is available for editorial assignments and commercial project worldwide. His photos and archives are available on hanslucas.com.
2017 - International Color Awards, 2013 - International Photography Awards, 2010 - International Photography Awards
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The last Gallics
Every year during summer, in Esse, in northern Charente, France, a gallic village (Coriobona) comes alive for ten days to revive what was Lemovices daily life, a tribe from the 1st century before Christ.