An award win­ner from a young age, Vin­cent Mu­nier has an im­pres­sive re­sumé…

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Vin­cent Mu­nier left school at 18 and worked as a reg­i­men­tal pho­tog­ra­pher while do­ing his na­tional ser­vice in France.

In 2000, aged 24, Vin­cent got a job as a re­gional press pho­tog­ra­pher.

He is a three-time win­ner of the Eric Hosk­ing Award (for pho­tog­ra­phers aged 26 or un­der) in the Wildlife Pho­tog­ra­pher of the Year com­pe­ti­tion.

Vin­cent’s first book of pho­to­graphs, Tan­cho, was de­voted to the red-crowned crane of Ja­pan. The book was pub­lished in 2004 and im­me­di­ately sold out.

Vin­cent cre­ated Kobal­ann, a small, in­de­pen­dent pub­lisher pro­duc­ing beau­ti­ful books in­spired by na­ture

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