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Quentin Bruno is a French and Belgian photographer born in 1991.
Following his early work on the Belgian rap scene, he kicked off his international career by covering the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, documenting the life of Syrian refugees in Lebanon for a year, the Jungle refugee camp in Calais, and working on child slavery in Senegal.
For two years, he has dedicated his time to covering armed conflicts in Iraq and Syria, and he photographed the battle of Mosul from start to finish.
During this time, he spent several months embedded with Christian defence militias, to cover the return of Christians to the Nineveh plains.
He regularly works with renowned French newspapers, including Le Figaro, The New York Times (Lens Blog), Le Monde, L'Obs, Marianne, Libération, Le Point and La Croix, and his photographs have made first page on many occasions.