Arnaud Andrieu (French-Dutch born in Paris in 1980) studied architecture in Brussels. After relocating back in Paris in 2008, he became a self-taught photographer. In 2011, he moved to Reunion Island, east of Madagascar. He began as a local press photographer and works as a stringer for SIPA PRESS since 2012. His interest in documentary photography and social issues push him to work on long-term projects.
Arnaud documents the island’s ethnic and religious diversity and its political and social climate. He also works on corporate communication and commercial campaigns projects.
His photographs have been published by 20Minutes, Le Quotidien de la Reunion, NouvelObs, ImazPressReunion, MetroNews, OrangeActuReunion, Africanaute.
- RSMA-R: The Training Initiative
- Away from conflicts
- Island on a drift: Madagascar
- Broken bridge: Madagascar
- Ilakaka's sapphires: Madagascar
- Operation Papangue
- French elections in Reunion Island
- Drugs and metal: Mauritius
- Chapel La Cour
- Arjuna Fire ritual