Pascal Mannaerts is a freelance photographer based in Brussels. Blessed with an artistic bent and wanderlust, he discovered photography during his student years. Sharing and recording his travel adventures became a priority. A first visit to India in 2000 revealed a deep admiration for the Subcontinent. This is the first of many return engagements.
Travelling to Asia, Africa, Latin America, North Africa and the Middle East during the last 15 years has given Pascal the opportunity to portray humanity in its strongest forms. Curiosity and a passion for images have been fused with a profound attraction to the human element.
Pascal has publication credits in National Geographic, BBC, Geo, The Guardian, Le Guide du Routard, Lonely planet, Médecins Sans Frontières and in many other newspapers and magazines worldwide. Several exhibitions of his pictures were held in Europe, Brazil and India by, among others, Alliance française and Amnesty International.
TV - RADIO
French TV broadcast about the Kumbh mela 2013, "Le bain de foule géant",
"66 minutes" , M6, 24th February 2013
Radio interview "Le Monde est un village", La première, 4th October 2013
«Meeting Khaled», a young Syrian refugee in Turkey. Made in March 2014 for Artfusion.
Behind the lens
THE BOOK - 2017
The book «Parchemins d'Ailleurs», published by HACHETTE, France, in October 2017, features over 10 years of my travel photographs and stories around the world. Large size (30x35 cm), 208 pages, more than 200 pictures. To order it at Amazon, please click here.
Fate Breakers - 2015
ABN Live - TV report about my exhibition "Fate Breakers" presented at Alliance Française, Hyderabad, India, May 2015