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About me

Arthur is a professional photographer/cinematographer with a business background. He studied at ESSEC Business School with a major in Marketing. As such, he has a strong understanding of marketing campaign design, corporate communication and customers’ activation. Among other experiences, he has worked in the tourism industry for the French international chain Club Med in Sydney, Australia and in the video game sector for the famous French editor Ubisoft.

As a professional photographer/cinematographer, Arthur generally works in the frame of humanitarian and development projects, tackling issues he cares for. He recently finished covering a Mercy Corps project in Jordan, to which he had been attached for two years and a half, addressing tensions between Syrian refugees and the local population. On a regular basis he works with international development agencies such as GIZ, UNDP, USAID or the European External Action Service, covering a wide range of events, from field work to official visits. Concerned by the environment, he has also worked with the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature (RSCN), aiming at renewing and revitalising their photographic database but also at producing series of photographs and videos focused on specific aspects of the Society’s various commitments.

Besides his core photographic activities and as a cinema aficionado and musician himself, Arthur regularly covers musical and cultural events. He has worked with NOFA Creative Space, Orange Red, organiser of the 6th Amman Jazz Festival which he fully covered, but also with Friends of Jordan Festivals for whom he photographed Omar Kamal’s concert at the Roman Theatre, providing also videographic coverage. Since 2017, he is the go-to photographer for the European Union National Institutes for Culture (EUNIC) in Jordan.

Finally, Arthur occasionally works with individuals, shooting portraits or real estate properties.


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