A few days ago, I had the pleasure to collaborate with the french magazine, Les Inrocks for a reportage in Molenbeek with the journalist Grégoire Comhaire. The district of Molenbeek wants to turn the page of its reputation as a cradle of terrorism by giving a large place to culture. A symbol of this renewal,… Continue reading
The Dutch people were called to the polls on Wednesday, March 15th 2017 for crucial parliamentary elections. Indeed, the current context in the Netherlands provides a clear picture of what is happening on a wider scale within Europe. The rise of populism and mainly the PVV party of Geert Wilders frighten the country. Reportage in… Continue reading
The elections of March 15 are fast approaching in the Netherlands. The PVV party (Party for Freedom) represented by its head of list, Geert Wilders, offers a campaign stop in the south of the Netherlands. Despite the slight downturn in the last polls, his right-wing populist formation is almost equal with the Liberals. More pictures… Continue reading
In this December 16th, the weather is cold and dry. A beautiful sun floods the bottom of the town of Seraing near Liège, Belgium. The inhabitants and curious begin to gather in the streets close to the blast furnace 6. This one will be destroyed after offering work to so many people of the area.… Continue reading
This Wednesday, at 2 pm, a police demonstration began on the Place Saint-Lambert in Liège. It ended after a meeting between the trade union delegations, Attorney General Christian De Valkeneer and the prosecutor of King Philippe Dulieu. The policemen come out satisfied. Several important changes have been made to the procedure in case of serious… Continue reading
At the end of the Biennale de la Photographie in Liège, I had the pleasure with a few friends to paste some posters in the town. It was a bit of Dysturb-ance but our aim was to show to people photographs they don’t want to see sometimes… Since September 2015, I was in contact with… Continue reading
Between October 6th and November 13th in Liège, Belgium, there will be a great Exhibition called “Extra Bal” and I will have the pleasure to present three pictures from my story “Stars & Rain“. This exhibition is organized by the Art Galeries “Les Grignoux“. This collective exhibition will aim to expose the works of artists… Continue reading
Proud to tell you that one of my photographs from my ongoing story “Flee for Her” is exhibited at the moment in Brussels, Belgium. You can find this collective exhibition on Esplanade Solidarnosc,in front of the European Parliament. You can see this Photo exhibition from January 26th and displayed until February 8th 2016. Thank’s End… Continue reading
Proud to announce that one of my photographs from my story in progress “Flee for Her” has been selected for the Photo Competition “Building bridges to End FGM” ! This photograph will be exhibited on the Esplanade Solidarnosc outside the European Parliament at the end of January in Brussels, Belgium. I will update this post… Continue reading
Demonstrators protest against austerity measures outside of an EU summit in Brussels on Thursday, Oct. 15, 2015. Demonstrators blocked roads around the summit, where leaders were meeting nearby, to protest agains the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership and European migration policies. (Assignment for AP)
Christian Lenoir is a farmer based in Hombourg, Belgium not far from Liege. His farm produces milk exclusively. The selling prices imposed by the European Commission are far too low for his activity to be profitable. The fruit of his labor is sold every day at a loss. Every morning and evening he milks his… Continue reading
Last summer, I had the pleasure to receive a “Coup de Coeur” at ANI‘s meeting for my story in progress “Flee for Her“. I received it with a great motivation to continue this important story. Thank’s again for this “Coup de coeur” ! Every year, don’t hesitate to show your work at ANI’s portfolio reviews… Continue reading
Belgium dairy farmers block the access to Liege Airport in protest against the low prices. Producers demand an increase of four euro cents per liter – to 29 cents.
I am proud to announce that my next exhibition will be held at the Satellite Gallery in Liège. My story “Stars and Rain” will be shown. From April 15th 2015 to June 21th, 2015. Satellite Gallery Cinema Churchill Rue du Mouton Blanc, 20 4000 Liège – Belgium More informations : Les Grignoux Les Chiroux –… Continue reading
A pro-Palestinian demonstration took place this Sunday, July 27, 2014 in Brussels, Belgium. The event was organized by the Emergency Gaza platform and gathered more than 5000 people.
Firefighters from Liège demonstrate during political events of May 1st, 2014 in Liège, Belgium. Following recent events, the city of Liege had forbidden firefighters protest in their work clothes during the political events of May, 1st. Despite the ban, they tried to make their claims heard to the politicians present. (Assignment for Belga)
Firefighters from Liège manifest at the start of the 100th edition of the cycling race Liège-Bastogne-Liège. Departure that takes place on Place Saint-Lambert in Liege. Sunday, April 27th, 2014 in Liège, Belgium.
During 2014 ImagéSanté Festival in Liège, I had the pleasure to show my reportage “Stars & Rain” with an exhibition in the great hall of the CHU of Liège, Belgium. I had also the opportunity to talk about this story during a live interview on ImagéSanté’s webtv. Photo : ©Matthieu Litt Here is the podcast… Continue reading
I’m proud to announce that my reportage “Stars & Rain” will be exhibited during ImagéSanté 2014, the International Health Film Festival. A selection of twelve pictures will be exhibited in the main entrance of the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire (CHU) from Liège, Belgium. The exhibition will be visible from March 17 to March 22 2014. Free… Continue reading
A few days ago, I had the honor of seeing a few pictures from my story “Inside The Red Zone” included on a video about a touching testimony from a patient rescued in 2011 by the Heliported Medical Center of Bra-Sur-Lienne. This video is in french but for sure, even if you don’t understand the… Continue reading