Capucine Chandon (born in Paris in 1993) is an independent photo/videographer who questions human beings' relationship with the natural world. During her studies in communication and journalism at IHECS (Brussels), she directed together with three other students a video report about a Native-American community who was relocated due to the environmental crisis in southern Louisiana. In 2017 she followed an international program in documentary photography and visual storytelling at the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) in Aarhus, Denmark. She co-directed with Nicholas Pfosi Take Me As I Am, a short documentary-portrait of their friend CJ, which received an Award of Excellence at the Pictures of the Year International (POYi) photojournalism contest in 2018. Her latest project, Biophilia: a natural life is a photo essay telling the story of a Danish family living in harmony with nature. Produced in the long-term and in immersion, her projects bring inspiring stories to light in order to take a fresh and constructive look at the world. 

Exhibitions and festivals

March 2019: "Biophilia, a natural life" - IHECS, 60 ans, 60 photographes - La Cambre Horta, Brussels, Belgium
June 2018: "Take me as I am" - Lumix Festival for Young Photojournalism - Hanover, Germany
June 2017: "Take me as I am" - Life Exposed - PixlArt Gallery, Østervrå, Denmark
Sept. 2016: "Life after coal era" - Biennale de l'Image Possible (BIP), Liège, Belgium


July 2018: "Louisiane, un État à la mer" - BX1, Belgium
Oct. 2017: "Louisiane, un État à la mer" - La Trois, Belgium


2018: Award of Excellence at Pictures of the Year International (POYi) in the Multimedia Feature Story category for "Take me as I am"


For any inquiries don't hesitate to reach out to me at or +352 661 685 107! ☀️