I am a freelance VJ, documentary filmmaker and photographer based in New York City. I shoot, edit, report, produce and explore. Politics and policy, Human Rights, globalization, environment, social protests and minorty issues represent my main fields of expertise. For the past 3 years, I focused on post-Arab Spring transition in North Africa. I am also very passionate about digital media and engaging ways to tell stories. I began my career as a reporter for CNN, France 2 and Africa 24 and hold a MA in Television Journalism from Goldmsiths, University of London and a BA of Laws at Sorbonne University, Paris. I work with my partner Tarek Bouraque, Moroccan freelance VJ and documentary filmmaker. We set up our own production company called Global Fronteras Production.
Meet Said, (fe)male dancer of Marrakech
Sexual harassment : the law of silence
Exclusive Interview with President of Gabon Ali Bongo Ondimba
Exclusive interview with HRH Prince El Hassan Bin Talal of Jordan
Welcome to one of Africa's largest dumps: the Jbel Borj Chakir landfill in Tunisia. It's so sprawling that it has absorbed Abdelhamid Jabril's home. Here he tells AJ+ how his cries for help have not been heeded after the fall of the Ben Ali government.
African Brothers: Revealing how the EU pays Moroccan security services to brutalise african migrants trying to make their way to Europe.
Tunisia's First Election Since The Arab Spring Tunisians were at the polls this week for the first time since the Arab Spring began 4 years ago. AJ+ visited polling stations in Tunis to find out why residents turned up to vote and how they think their country has changed since Mohamed Bouazizi self-immolated in Sidi Bouzid, Tunisia, and sparked change across the Arab world.
Tunisia : sound makes sense Learning Wolrd - Euronews