Camille Lepage

In honor of Camille Lepage, a 26-year-old french photojournalist who died in Central Africa on May 13th.

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  1. The breaking news about the death of Camille Lepage shocked a lot of people.
  2. Camille was killed by crossfire while reporting on the war in the Central African Republic.
  3. In her last instagram update, she said she was travelling with the Anti Balaka Militia in the west of the country.
  4. Travelling with the Anti Balaka to Amada Gaza, about 120km from Berberati, we left at 3.30am to avoid the Misca checkpoints and it took us 8 hours by motorbike as there is no proper roads to reach the village. In the region of Amada Gaza, 150 people were killed by the Seleka between March and now. Another attack took place on Sunday killing 6 people, the anti balaka Colonel Rock decides to send his elements there to patrol around and take people who fled to the bush back to their homes safely. #photojournalism #photography #carcrisis #documentary #latergram #antibalaka
    Travelling with the Anti Balaka to Amada Gaza, about 120km from Berberati, we left at 3.30am to avoid the Misca checkpoints and it took us 8 hours by motorbike as there is no proper roads to reach the village. In the region of Amada Gaza, 150 people were killed by the Seleka between March and now. Another attack took place on Sunday killing 6 people, the anti balaka Colonel Rock decides to send his elements there to patrol around and take people who fled to the bush back to their homes safely. #photojournalism #photography #carcrisis #documentary #latergram #antibalaka
  5. Camille Lepage was born on January 28, 1988 in Angers, France. Lepage studied journalism in Southhampton Solent University and later specialized in photojournalism. During those years she started working independently in Africa, most notably in EgyptSouth Sudan and the Central African Republic
  6. After her graduation in July 2012 she decided to move to Juba, the Capital of South Sudan. Her photos covered life in the new nation. 
  7. Her work was published in famous newspapers all over the world, including Der Spiegel
  8. The New York Times
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