A.C.e

Directeur media 

Through sport, education, and therapy, ACE empowers children in impoverished areas. ACE helps them reach their maximum potential, break social barriers, and provides the necessary tools for youth to develop both mentally and physically in order to make foundational changes in their future and future of their countries.

A travers le sport, l'éducation et la psychotérapie, ACE donne de la force aux enfants dans différentes aréas.

 Favela experience 

contents producer 

Favela Experience is a for-profit social enterprise that provides culturally immersive tours and cultural experiences to travellers, students and volunteers in favelas, Brazil’s most fascinating urban communities.

Favela inc contents producer 

Favela Inc incubates and accelerates favela based ecosystems by empowering and educating local entrepreneurs and organizations into the gamechangers of tomorrow. We are an NGO that provides favela entrepreneurs, non-profits and social projects with high level capacity building in the areas of project management, financial education, digital marketing and English.

nova era

contents producer

 

Nova Era is a vibrant, community-based space, designed to cultivate innovation and knowledge where travelers can thrive in their professional and personal journey. It is based in Vidigal, a well known favela in Rio de Janeiro.

Olivier, life lesson

Young talent award

festival off visa

 

Tobota Ague, little town where the wouêmenou people live, opened its door and its secrets in December 2014. Far from the city, in the middle of the savanna, without clean water or electricity, this society is still living a basic rural routine. People are facing difficulties for health care and education. For Olivier, 14 years old back in 2013, like for one part of his comrade, the education desire guided by the urban life research, can be confusing for them. A lot of children and teenagers leave the school to stay in Tigbota-Agué, close to their family, in dismay of the professors think that creates a "stagnant mediocrity". I would like to say that, I was the first photographer who came in the village and the first one being sleeping at a local people room.The wouêmenous were really curious and surprised to see a white guy,"a yovo", getting out in a morning from Olivier's house. I am so grateful Romain Ferrer, Aurélie Castillo and Yannich Capuano, the nurses team, for the opportunity you gave to me to live this incredible human experience. Because of them and the wouêmenous tribe, my way of life and way of capturing emotions through my camera evolved a lot.