Reportage Emerging Talent: Capucine Granier-Deferre

Capucine Granier-Deferre, a French-American photographer based in Paris, is the latest addition to the Getty Images Reportage Emerging Talent roster. In recent years she has distinguished herself with photoessays on topics as varied as the war in Ukraine, domestic protests in France and a moving story of a young Haitian with a congenital heart defect.

After studying Economy and graduating from Icart-Photo School in 2011, Capucine started documenting gypsy families over several months in Bondy, creating a daily visual testimony of a neglected minority. The resulting work was published in Paris-Match magazine. She then went on to cover elections and their aftermath in Tunisia, Egypt, and Chokri Belaid’s Funeral in Tunisia, work from which was shown at Bayeux War Correspondents Festival in Autumn 2013.

Since April of last year she has been covering the ongoing conflict in eastern Ukraine (above), for clients like Paris Match, Le Monde and The New York Times. You can see more of her work on the Reportage website.

Photos by Capucine Granier-Deferre/Getty Images Reportage

Gogo dancers in L'ARC-Paris night club, located just in front of the famous “Arc de Triomphe” in March 2013. Photo by Capucine Granier-Deferre. This print and many more are on auction as part of this year’s Chris Hondros Fund Benefit. Place your bids via

The Chris Hondros Fund was created to honor Getty Images photojournalist and two-time Pulitzer finalist Chris Hondros, who was killed April 20, 2011, in a mortar attack in Misrata, Libya. CHF advances the work of photojournalists who espouse his legacy and vision, and sponsors fellowships and programs that bring shared human experiences into the public eye. Read more on the Chris Hondros Fund website.


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