Emilienne Malfatto is an award-winning photographer, journalist and writer. 

She studied in France and Colombia then worked for the Agence France Presse (AFP) in France and the Middle East. She then became freelance.

A war reporter in Iraq in 2015 and 2016, she now works in Latin America, Iraq and occasionally France.

Through intimate stories, her work revolves around social, feminist and post-conflict issues. Her photos have been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Le Monde, among others, and exhibited internationally. She also collaborates with NGOs such as Doctors Without Borders (MSF), and develops long-term personal projects. 

She is the author of the novel « Que sur toi se lamente le Tigre » (Elyzad) that was awarded the Prix Goncourt for the first novel. Her non-fiction book « Les serpents viendront pour toi » (Les Arènes), about the killings of social leaders in Colombia, was awarded the Albert Londres book prize. 

Emilienne is a member of Women Photograph and Frontline Freelance Register. She is available for assignments.


Contact: emilianamalfatto@gmail.com

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