Guillaume  Bonn

Guillaume Bonn

Guillaume Bonn is third generation of a French Family born in Madagascar, studied Politics and Economics in Montreal University and graduated from the International Center of Photography (ICP) in New York.
 Lived and grew up in Tananarive, Djibouti, Sanaa, Nairobi, Kathmandu, Saigon Geneva, Paris covering Africa as a photo journalist for nearly two decades from war-torn Congo to Mogadishu. In 2011 Vanity Fair commissioned him to photographically document the plight of the African elephant in the feature article Agony & Ivory, which reached out to 1.4 million readers worldwide. His work has appeared in publications like Newsweek, Time, The New York Times magazine, Conde-Nast traveller, Harpers bazaar, Der Spiegel, Outside, Men’s Vogue, US News & World Report, and others. He is a regular contributor to The New York Times and Vanity Fair Magazine. 
He has directed four film documentaries, worked as a cameraman on “Dying to tell the story”, a 90 minutes documentary which was nominated for an Emmy award.
" Le Mal D’Afrique, a journey into old and new Africa” www.vanityfair.com/contributors/guillaume-bonn‎ www.http://guillaumebonn.tumblr.com