Since 2015, I have been a freelance reporter based in Cambodia since 2015. My writings has appeared in prominent French speaking media La Croix, Le Monde, Mediapart, Le Parisien, France Culture, Radio Vatican, Radio Canada and RTS. I have worked with the French supplement of The Khmer Times, and the regional mag Focus Asean. I’ve also covered a few stories in Vietnam, Laos and Thailand.

As a multi-tasked journalist, I am able to work as a writer, radio reporter, photographer or camerawoman. I hold a Master’s Degree in Journalism from the Advances School of Journalism of Lille (ESJ), a Bachelor Degree in Filmmaking from the Advanced School of Audio-visual Production (ESRA Paris) and a Bachelor Degree in Information & Communication studies from the University Sorbonne-Nouvelle (Paris 3). I started my carrer in the renown French media,, Le Journal du Dimanche, and Le Parisien, within the social issues desk and the local section of the western suburbs of Paris.

My journey in Asia started ten years ago when I visited Cambodia, the country of my father. Cambodia intrigued me, I wanted to know it at a deeper level. I returned to Cambodia in 2011 to discover the news outlets, beginning with an internship at The Phnom Penh Post. I returned once in 2013 to shoot the video project Swinging Phnom Penh, about the bloom of the cultural scene in this exciting city.


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Twitter : @EleonoreSok