marianne.t.barthelemy[at]gmail.com
US: 001.347.439.1022 / FR: +33.6.03.03.69.59 

Currently in Paris, France and Rennes, France



(photo by Keshuang Xu!)

Hi! I'm a photographer and filmmaker, with a great interest in lighting and storytelling. I'm passionate about social justice and connecting deeply with the people I photograph.

I'm currently studying multimedia storytelling and visual journalism as a graduate student at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications in Syracuse, NY. When I'm not working on projects in Syracuse, NY, I spend time in New York, NY, where I grew up, or in Paris, France, where I'm from.

I love to read poetry and novels, and have a particular soft spot for non-fiction. All of that informs my work deeply, and so do the years I spent working in independent film in New York (you may have seen the memorable Patti Cake$ or Men Go To Battle). Before that still, I studied Political Science and Film History at Barnard College, Columbia University. When snow comes, I follow it to the mountains and ski. There's nothing that clears my mind like feeling the wind in my two ears.

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Awards and scholarships: Boys and Girls Club Hall of Fame, Momenta Professional Scholarship, Multicultural Scholarship to S.I. Newhouse School, Engagement Award at the Fall Workshop of S.I. Newhouse School. 

Bonjour!

Photographe et vidéaste, passionnée de l'éclairage, je travaille sur des projets autour de l'éducation, d'associations, de familles, et de la vie en communauté. À travers mon travail, je cherche à pousser les gens à voir les choses différemment, créer du changement, et surtout, promouvoir la dignité et l'empathie. Élève de master à la S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications à Syracuse, NY, je travaille sur des projets en France et aux États Unis. Avant d'étudier la photographie, j'ai travaillé dans le cinéma New-Yorkais pendant trois ans, et, encore avant ça, j'ai étudié les sciences politiques et l'histoire du cinéma à Barnard College, Columbia University.

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