Nathalie Sentenne has produced some photos reports with UNICEF and “Médecins du Monde” in Madagascar, she covored the World Social Forum in Kenya and also collaborated with the Earth Institute of Columbia University and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Mali.
She completed a master degree in international relations (food crises and the Somalian famine of 1992). She teaches political science in college (pre-university school), where she set up a course of international politics through the eyes of the photojournalists and one on the stakes that faces Third World countries.
Her working experiences brought her to travel in several countries of Africa, South America, Oceania, Europe, Asia and she have several images and reports to relate her stories. Her approach which wants above all documentary, merges the information with beauty of the image.
Her documentary exhibitions “The South and is development” and “Humani Afrika” are currently circulating in Quebec (Canada).
She is available for political, social and environmental assignments in Canada and abroad.