Siegmann, Tristan

Tristan Siegmann was born in Paris in 1960. After years of dreaming at Lycee Racine in Paris, he escapes his studies to devote himself to the world of photography. He began at FNAC, there he made ​​his first photographs for the new version of the Journal of FNAC, ContactHe then moved to New Caledonia. It is here that began his career as a reporter. The Caledonian crisis gives the material and the possibility of covering the news as a correspondent for Gamma agency. One early morning, he took the classic pictures of the Greenpeace ship sunk in Auckland harbor. They have toured the world and symbolize the Rainbow Warrior ...

At the end of 1986 he began a series of trips to Mali, also including his latest issue on NGOs in the Dogon country, where he starts to work for Kipa agency before returning to Paris and - later on - Berlin.

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