Laure Andrillon: Guest photographer 2023
Laure Andrillon is a freelance writer & photographer born in Martinique, France. She is currently based in San Francisco, CA. She speaks English, French and Spanish. Her work is largely focused on issues related to migrations, health, environmental justice and climate change. She is an FAA-certified drone pilot, which allows her to shoot aerial photography and videography for editorial and commercial use.
She studied contemporary philosophy and arts theory at the École Normale Supérieure and the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris. After graduating in 2015, she went on to study journalism at the Centre de Formation des Journalistes and completed a second M.A. in 2016. She then moved to California to work as a West coast correspondent for various international publications. She is also a graduate of the International Center of Photography in New York City, where she completed a documentary photography program after receiving the ICP Director’s merit-based fellowship in 2021.
Her work has been published in The Washington Post, Le Monde, Libération, GÉO Magazine, Reuters Pictures, Corriere della Sera, The San Francisco Chronicle, CalMatters, LensCulture, Usbek & Rica Magazine, Reporterre, Néon Magazine, Slate Magazine, WeDemain Magazine, Ouest-France, L’Usine Nouvelle, and FishEye Magazine, among others.
Web : www.laureandrillon.com