Jeanne Frank is a freelance photojournalist based in Paris who publishes internationally.

She won an award for her work on storm Alex storm’s aftermath in the south of France for Le Monde. Besides doing photography in banlieues in France, she works on a long-term project documenting trauma from the 92-95 war amongst young people in Bosnia-Herzegovina. 

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Jeanne Frank
Freelance photojournalist

Supported projects

Bosnia’s wood barons

  • Environment

SARAJEVO - Around half of Bosnia-Herzegovina is covered by forests and wood is one of the Balkan country’s most valuable natural resources. But instead of developing the nation, some politicians and private companies enrich themselves with the profits of the ‘green gold’. Forests are cut down for private interests and governments and companies in Western-Europe close their eyes to gain cheap wood.