Camille Lepage

 

Camille is a French student of journalism at Southampton Solent University in England. She previously interned in Chicago, London and Paris. She has also spent time in the Netherlands and Denmark, studying journalism in the European context. 
 
Camille is a self-proclaimed idealist, believing that journalism and photography will make the world a better place. 

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Kids have taken over the streets of Cairo, proudly exhibiting their brand new shiny and colorful clothes. Fireworks resound across the city, as the smells of popcorn and corn on the cob fill the streets of the capital. Eid is being celebrated this...
Every society has taboos. In Egypt, one of them is marital rape, which is when a husband forces his wife to have sexual intercourse without her consent. In a culture that often expects a wife to satisfy her husband sexually as an obligation in the...
Many say that Bratislava isn’t worth visiting, that it is a miniature Prague, and that it can be toured in one to two days. Bratislava is a relatively new capital, with very little history and culture. After Czechoslovakia spilt up in 1992,...
“Don’t dye your hair, don’t wear tight clothes, don’t drive, don’t leave the house...” are common pieces of advice that pregnant women might hear during their pregnancy. “They are unfounded, and there are...
A specialty from the south of France, Poulet Basquaise combines a mix of flavors that will explode in your mouth. Ideal as a Ramadan recipe, it’s easy, cheap and quick to make, yet healthy, filling, and delicious as you would want your iftar...
The first day of Ramadan began this year with a new TV show, “Ramez Qalb al-Assad” - Ramez, Heart of the Lion - on the satellite TV station Al-Hayat, which features the famous actor Ramez Galal and a lion. The concept of the show is...
  Waiting for prayers to start, the guests of the table of the merciful in Garden City are all talking about the food. Upon seeing my camera, they say at once: “No camera here. Have a seat, but do not take pictures." Tables of the...
One simple, three-letter word is enough to describe the Czech Republic’s capital, Prague - wow. Purple, pink, yellow, blue, orange, this city is a bouquet of colorful buildings and houses - it’s astonishing, beautiful and ravishing. For...
At the beginning, it was a pair of young street artists that constituted “Team El Teneen” (Dragon Team). Now the anonymous stencil artist is pretty much by himself. El Teneen’s works add color to the grim walls of the Cairo...
With such high expectations going in, I’m pleased to find that the wonderful Polish city of Krakow fills and goes beyond them. As I get off the plane, I’m astonished by how empty the surroundings of the airport are. Once out, I get...