After studying Communication and spending two years working as an Art Director in a advertising company, Emeric Fohlen traveled for a year across Asia from Beijing to Bangkok. It is then that he confirmed his passion for reportage and decided to switch to photojournalism.
Back in Paris in 2012, he started to work as a news photographer on political and social themes. He then came to explore Tunisia and begins a long-term project focused on post-revolution youth, a report later exhibited in Paris.
His photographs are regularly published in the French and international press, including: Paris Match, VSD, Le Monde Magazine, L’OBS, D la Repubblica.
He regularly works with the European Parlement, and his corporate clients include SNCF, Sanofi and Veolia among others.
He is distributed by HansLucas in France and by NurPhoto at the international level.




Le Monde, Le Figaro, Libération, Le Nouvel Observateur, Paris Match, VSD, Le Point, La Croix, le Pèlerin, La Vie, Jeune Afrique, The Guardian, Al-Jazeera, Afrique Magazine, L'Humanité, L'Humanité Dimanche, Courrier International, CBS, nationalgeographic.com, D la Repubblica, Newsweek, Marie Claire, France Inter, The Daily Mail, The Frankfurter Allgemeine, Soixante-Quinze, M le magazine du Monde, Vice.com…


2018 : Festival de l'expression sociale (projection), LGBT in Tunisia, Grenoble, France
2018 : UNESCO headquarter, Rhyme is no crime, Paris, France
2017 : Les rencontres photographiques du 10ème, Rhyme is no crime, Paris, France
2017 : Festival L'oeil urbain (projection), Rhyme is no crime, Paris, France
2017 : Maison Rossini (collective exhibition), Independence Square, Paris, France
2016 : Tagstore, Rhyme is no crime, Tunis, Tunisia
2016 : Finalist of the Mentor-Freelens award for « Rhyme is no crime »
2016 : Galerie de l'Institut Français de Tunisie, Rhyme is no crime, Tunis, Tunisia
2016 : Jury selection of the ANI-PixTrakk Award for « Rhyme is no crime »
2016 : Jury Award for « Rhyme is no crime » at the Mentor Session / Paris, France
2015 : Ministère du Logement, Les habitants du périph’, Paris, France
2014 : Festival VISA pour l’image (collective projection), Independence Square, Perpignan, France
2014: La Friche de la Belle de Mai, Les habitants du périph’, Marseille, France


SNCF, Sanofi, Véolia, le Figaro Media, Elabe, Azzana Consulting, Stelau, Daniel Féau, Les cuistots migrateurs, Union des Annonceurs, Yahya, World Press Photo, Paris School of Business, Paris-Saint-Germain, Orange.



Greenpeace, Amnesty international, Ministère du Logement, Institut du monde Arabe, UNESCO, Parlement Européen

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