Tom Van Assche is a Belgian video journalist.

In 2014 he won the "actua-talent" prize, an award for students of video journalism, with his thesis on online gambling games. Since then, he has been working as a freelance videographer for the editorial boards of Mediahuis and various television channels. His work has taken him to all corners of the world, from the mountains of Nepal to the favelas of Brazil.

Basic information

Tom Van Assche
Video journalism

Supported projects

Toxic Town

  • Healthcare
  • Industry
  • Environment

KABWE - One of the largest lead mines in the world closes in 1994. Local people in Kabwe, a metropolis in Zambia, see jobs disappear. They are left uninvited with a mountain of harmful mining waste and residential areas polluted by lead.

Generation corona

  • Youth
  • Healthcare

BRUSSELS - How will this pandemic shape the next generation? The middle class is fighting a valiant battle to reconcile family and professional life, but the vulnerable are fighting the same battle with more limited resources.