Amélie Losier was born 1976 in France, she studied German Literature and History in Paris and Berlin and took classes at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris. She then studied Documentary Photography with Prof. Arno Fischer at the school “Fotografie am Schiffbauerdamm” in Berlin. Since 2001 she has been living and working as a freelance photographer in Berlin for german and international newspapers and magazines, cultural institutions and corporate publications.
Losier loves portrait work, street photography, and she also produces reportages and multimedia stories in her own projects. Gender issues and the life of women are some of her main interests.
Losier teaches reportage- and portrait-photography to young and adult people for different art-institutions, and is a member of the association for photojournalism FREELENS. Her photographic projects have received several grants and scholarships (Akademie der Künste Berlin, VG Bildkunst, Grenzgänger, Goethe Institut Amman) and has been shown in many solo and group exhibitions, as well as published in books (“Wenn die Stadt schläft” at Lehmstedt Verlag. “Just like a Woman, New York City”, “SAYEDA, Women in Egypt” at Nimbus, Kunst und Bücher).