I’m Prune –that means « plum »-, a (very) independent journalist. Born in France in 1981, I am based in Berlin since 2008, after having lived in England, Spain, Hungary, Brussels or Paris.
My stories, print or multimedia, feature mainly the rubbles and contradictions of post-sovietic world. Travelling extensively from Central and Eastern Europe to Russia, Caucasus or Balkans, I like to focus on social and political issues, related to women, communist heritage or conflicts. I am also reporting on current affairs in Germany.
My collaborations include M, Géo, L’Obs, Médiapart, Arte, Grazia, Madame Figaro, Vice…amongst many others. I have been awarded two times the Prix Louise Weiss du Journalime européen, shortlisted for the European Press Prize and supported by countless grants and acknowledments.
My first book, La Fille & Le Moudjahidine, describing my friendship with a young boxer and refugee living in Germany and flirting with the djihad, is out in France since June 2015.
I hold a Master Degree in International Law and Political Science and I am also engaged into education, teaching in journalistic workshops around the world.
Plumaberlin is a subjective portfolio, displaying some of my reportages and projects, as well as personal insights about Berlin.
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