MotionArctique

Vincent Munier was born in 1976 in the Vosges, in the East of France, where he still lives and stays very close to the wild nature. He chose photography in order to express his dreams and emotions.
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Author: Vincent Munier | Duration: 9:34min

Short film released in 2015, on the occasion of the publication of the book ARCTIQUE by French photographer Vincent Munier (Kobalann Publishing). The book is available at vincentmunier.com/arctique

About Vincent Munier

Vincent Munier was born in 1976 in the Vosges, in the East of France, where he still lives and stays very close to the wild nature. He chose photography in order to express his dreams and emotions.

After achieving great successes at the prestigious competition « BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year » in 2000, 2001 and 2002, he decided to devote his professional life to photography.

Now, Vincent is part of the most famous wildlife photographers.His pictures are shown all over the world and published in books and magazines, such as National Geographic, Géo, VSD, BBC Wildlife Magazine or Audubon Magazine. Since the beginning of the 90’s, Vincent has been concerned with environmental protection.



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