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Franck Fouquet

Franck Fouquet

Franck Fouquet has one of the most uncommon career.

This 40-year-old report photographer was first a lawyer before leaving everything to be a journalist and photographer.

He has always been regularly alternating between reports in warm areas and long journeys alone spent in the middle of nowhere and brought a lot of pictures from Africa and records witnessing his love for the wild life of the continent…

After publishing “Haya safari! A day in Masai Mara…”, his last book “Wild paradises of South Africa…” with a preface from Johnny Clegg claims to be an invitation to discover South Africa’s most beautiful landscapes…

One of his last news picture was published in Time Magazine and Newsweek, illustrating the Lebanese crisis and was awarded the Prize of the Mac Arthur Foundation in the United States.

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