Isabelle Serro

Country: France 🇫🇷

Photographer reporter based in France, Isabelle SERRO has a 15 years professional experience on sensitive geographic sites around the world. It is most often outside of her comfort zone that she finds the depth of her work with a humanist view. In 2009, coming back from Amazon where she spend 3 months with Yanomami tribes, she started a collaboration with SIPA agency in Paris and produced various ethnic, social and news photos reports. Her works are published in Le Figaro Magazine, Le Monde, Marie Claire, Le Point, Le Parisien Magazine, L'Humanité, La Vie, La Croix, La Revue 6 mois, The Guardian, the magazine XSemanal and the newspaper ABC in Spain or the Revue Ñ in Argentina, Euronews, CNN…After receiving awards in France and abroad, in March 2016 she won the Grand Prix Leica in the Humanist category with a work on the Peshmerga and her report about refugee women is awarded by the French agency of Professional Photographers.In 2018 she realized a documentary movie « Guarantors for Humanity” which has been distributed by Al Jazeera. Since 2018, she has worked mainly on the African continent on the lack of safe water and their consequences on women such as Cholera.