Nicolas_Réméné.jpgNicolas Réméné is a French photojournalist who has been based in Mali (West Africa) since 2009. He studied biology and environmental management at the University of Sciences in Marseille, before deciding to pursue his career as a photographer, mainly covering news from the Sahel and working on social, environmental and security issues on the African continent, as well as in Latin America, where he has travelled many times.
He works regularly with the international press, including Agence France Presse, Le Monde, Libération, Le Figaro, Le Point, La Croix, L'Express, Jeune Afrique and the New York Times. He has also covered photographic campaigns for various international institutions such as the ICRC, the World Bank, the ICC-FPV, the United Nations and the European Union, as well as NGOs and co-operations (GIZ, ENABEL, Aga Khan, EnDev, Makmende, SIPRI, Sightsavers, FRES, MISEREOR, etc.)
Communication consultant for UNESCO and photographer for the project: "Creation of a training course on ancient manuscripts" in Timbuktu from 2020 to September 2023.
Nicolas is represented by Le Pictorium Agency, he’s currently in Bamako and is available for assignments worldwide.