Marc-Andre Pauzé, an award winning photoreporter, explores, documents and tell the human story in order to inform, to sensitize and perhaps make a difference. His photographer skills, supplemented by those of his military formation, health professional, teacher and humanitarian worker, prepared him to create images in varied fields. His resulting imagery is emotional and sensitive in regards of human condition.
He is now a professional freelance photoreporter/writer focusing on human beings and their stories and is member of Gaïa-Photos (*).
He have so far completed several assignments, including; covering the actuality in Québec city; preparing features in Madagascar For Bloomberg News; working with Unicef and Médecins du Monde; covering the presidential election in Madagascar; and, worked on a documentary reportage on Ilakaka, a miners town with violence and child labor. He went on an expedition in the Sahara to document the health condition of the Rebayas, paperless algerian nomads. In 2008, he began a long term project on canadian natives communities.
He have published in The “International Herald Tribune”, “Libération”, “World Health News” of the Harvard School Of Public Health website, TVMag (France), the Sun Media group and the Gesca group. He also worked on project with Amnesty International and Photosensitive.
He was the guest of honor to the 8th Meeting of photographers of Chabeuil, in France and was finalist for the 2009 Independant Journalism Award" with his essay on algonquin women; “The Law of Silence” . HIs documentary exhibition on nursing assistant, “Caring in the shadow” is currently circulating in Quebec. His first major multimedia production is now available on DVD.