Journalist. Documentary filmmaker and photographer
Audrey is a French-Peruvian freelance journalist, documentary filmmaker, producer, and photographer. Based in Lima, Peru— her work is focused on issues related to social justice, human rights, equal gender, migration, racism, and the environment. She has created her house producer, PUEBLO FILMS, and she is currently working on producing her first long documentary, about gender violence in Peru: Y GRITARÉ TU NOMBRE. She is a contributor for Vice News, AlJazeera English, Bloomberg, and El País. She is a member of the Brown Girls Doc Mafia collective, and Asociacion de fotoperiodistas del Peru (AFPP).
In 2022, she collaborated as an investigative journalist and local producer for the long documentary “Children of Lead” from the Vert de Rage investigative series, directed by Martin Boudot from Premieres Lignes house producer and released on French public TV. She also has been part of the investigation and local producer for “Greenwashing: The Climate Killer”, a Cash Investigation episode, the main investigative TV public show from France Télévisions.
In the last 4 years, she has worked at Pacha Films, as a producer, and scriptwriter for Discovery+ and BBC. She has been a producer for two four-part series: Chapecó Dossier: The Game Behind Tragedy (released in 2022) and another one that will be released in 2023. She was the general producer of the En la línea México short (2021, Emmy nominated) for Discovery. She has worked for the investigative independent outlet Ojo Público, Radio Programas del Perú, and Sociedad Peruana de Derecho Ambiental.
2016 – current days, Owner of PUEBLO FILMS. Freelance journalist, news and documentary fixer, and field producer: ViceNews, Aljazeera, FranceTV. Freelancer photo reporter for El País, Bloomberg, SaludconLupa.
2019 - nov. 2022 Producer and edit producer at Pacha Films, a Peruvian documentary house producer, for Discovery Channel, Discovery+, BBC, and Channel 4.
2018-2021: Teacher at Centro de la Imagen of Lima: Transmedia and digital storytelling production.
2014 – 2019: Worked as journalist, photographer, videographer, documentalist, and producer in long investigative stories, investigative short videos, and short documentaries for Peruvian environmental NGO Sociedad Peruana de Derecho Ambiental; for the independent investigative outlet Ojo Público; Radio Programas del Perú (RPP), main broadcasting in the country; international website broadcaster France24 español.
2018: International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) fellow at Washington D.C. at FRONTLINE, PBS news, Oct. to Nov. in Boston.
2015-2017: Co-founder of StoryCode Peru, the first Peruvian community about digital storytelling, transmedia projects, and training for professionals and students through conferences and networking.
2010 -2014: Worked for French and Spanish media outlets and covered migration, human rights, and social movements [l’Yonne Républicaine (French local press), Latino (Latin-American press in Spain) Agence France Presse video].
2008-2012: Journalism Degree at Universidad Carlos III, Madrid.
2021, News and Documentary Emmy Awards nominee in Outstanding Investigative Journalism in the Spanish category, for EN LA LÍNEA MÉXICO (30 min), Discovery Channel – Pacha Films.
2015, Best Journalist Camera Award in National Journalism Awards of Peru from the Press and Society Institute (IPYS), for the interactive documentary Las rutas del oro (Behind the dirty gold).
2015, Between the 6th projects nominated as finalists for the Visa d'Or du Webdocumentaire award at the Festival du Photojournalisme Visa pour l'Image de Perpignan for the interactive documentary Las rutas del oro (Behind the dirty gold).