Stephane Lehr is a freelance photographer based in Paris.
He has covered the Arab Spring in 2011 in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya.
Since 1992, he went for his projects or assigments in various places: The Middle East (Jordan, Pakistan, Yemen, Afghanistan, Lebanon, Israel, Palestinian Territories), Africa (Ivory Coast, Democratic Republic of Congo, Angola, South Sudan, Togo, Benin, Burkina Faso, Kenya, Ethiopia, Rwanda), South America (Ecuador, Argentina, Uruguay), Central America (Nicaragua), and Asia (Nepal, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Burma)
In France, Stéphane is covering social issues.
His work focuses on conflicts, malnutrition, AIDS, street children, refugees.
His photographs have been published in the international press : Business Week, Time, Financial Times, VSD, Le Figaro Magazine, La Vie and others.
For jobs, assignments, projects or to talk through an interesting idea please
call me on 00 33 6 62 05 70 30 (mobile), or email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some photo reports:
Intifada endless war – Israel, Palestine
The conditions of the Palestinian refugees – Jordan, Israel, Palestine
Maslakh, one of the biggest refugee and displaced camps – Afghanistan
To live without war – Angola
The civil war started – Ivory Coast
In the secret in the Lodges – France
The homeless population – France
Bohemians and gypsies – France
Tsunami aftermath – Sri Lanka
The earthquake reached a magnitude of 5.5 – Indonesia
Joseph Kony, LRA leader and his child soldiers – South Sudan
The Misquito women victims of sexual violence – Nicaragua
History of religions traditionalist and orthodox – France, Israël, Yemen, Burma, Portugal
Humanitarian so bikers – Indonesia
The new battle-field of Al-Qaeda – Yemen
Raising awareness of the women to the materno-infantile health – Nepal
The Henri Mondor hospital emergencies – France
Red Kivu – RD Congo
Flee violence to survive – Tunisia, Libya
Change in the Egyptian – Egypt
Khadafi… By the end not so fast as that – Libya