Liberia : the Life of the Ivorian Refugees

On february 24th 2011, Laurentine, a 47 years old Ivorian woman, fled from the violence of the fighting between the pro-Ouattara forces and thoses loyal to Laurent Gbagbo in Bin-Houye, her village in Ivory Coast, close to the border with Liberia. [april 2011]


Nightshift at the maternity of the Haifa Hospital, in the palestinian camp of Burj El Barajneh, south of Beirut. [oct. 2010]

Catch Me if You Can

Not only boys dream of terminate their opponent by a crossbody dive from the third rope of a wrestling ring. There are also girls, big ones, some in love, some proud, some muscled, some tough, who often take pleasure in playing mean. [apr. 2010]

Isicathamiya, the Zulu Blues

They soflty dance and sing a capella. In the townships and hostels where the migrants workers live, the time has stopped for these choirs of men. Immaculate white gloves, shining shoes, three-pieces suits… They stand in circle around their “lida”, their chief… [apr. 2009]

Neither Serbs nor Albanians

“Here’s the end of the world”, jokes Nazim, showing the lost valley and the mountain road that stops just before him. The young 24 years old man is Gorani, one of Kosovo’s ethnic minories living in the south of the young country. [may 2009]

Voodoo Traditions in Benin

A collection of images of Voodoo traditions and practices in Benin. [jan. 2009]

The refugees of Central Church

For the past 5 years, the Central Methodist Church in Johannesburg had become the last refuge for hundreds of Zimbabweans who fled their country. [April 2009]

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