Philippe is a freelance photojournalist from southern France, based in Lebanon. He currently writes for NOW Lebanon (Beirut) and as a correspondent for the Frankfurter Rundschau (Germany). His work encompasses reportage for various European and Lebanese media such as l’Orient – Le Jour, Reporterre, the Süddeutsche Zeitung, Politis, the Middle-East Eye and Neues Deutschland.

Philippe’s focus lays on solidarity movements, intersectional struggles and inequalities, mountains and sea, humans and nature. In his free time, he likes to engage in street and landscape photography.

His work ethics is grounded in critical, profeminist, antiracist and anarchist values and in his queer identity.

After a B.A. in political science, Philippe worked in Beirut for one year. After which he moved to Berlin, where he completed a M.A. in political science (with a focus on the Middle-East, feminism and social movements). There, he reported on the ecological and antifascist struggle, visiting forest occupations and anarchist demonstrations. Philippe now lives in Lebanon, between Tripoli and Beirut.