Julien Pebrel joined Agence M.Y.O.P. in 2011, becoming co-director in January 2016.
After a scientific training, Julien Pebrel turned to photography, studying photojournalism at the EMI-CFD in Paris.
He places travel at the heart of his photography and uses photography as a means to travel. In recent years, he has worked on Afghan migrants in Calais, factories recovered by their workers in Argentina, the Danube Delta and the Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh. Pebrel continues to work of this last subject, extending it to the whole of the South Caucasus and its unrecognized States: Armenia, Georgia, Abkhazia, Nagorno-Karabagh.
Julien Pebrel collaborates regularly with the French and international press: The Washington Post, Le Temps, M le magazine du Monde, L'Obs, De Morgen, Internazionale, Géo, D la Repubblica, Grazia, Les Echos Week-End, Pèlerin, Télérama, Revue XXI, Libération, Mare, Der Spiegel, Sunday Times Magazine, Time, Newsweek Japan, Days Japan, nationalgeographic.com, Huck, Causette, Le Monde, etc.
His work has received numerous awards and grants: Fellowship of University of Southern California, Grant from Journalismfund.eu, "Brouillon d'un rêve" Grant from SCAM, PDN Photo Annual winner, Marty Forscher Fellowship Fund award for student, the Grand Prix Paris-Match for student photojournalist and the Young Reporter's Award at the Scoop and Journalism International Festival of Angers.
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