After graduating in Bioengineering (M.Sc.) from Gembloux University in Belgium in 2000, I have been working as information management expert, cartographer, researcher and photographer for over 15 years in almost twenty countries. My professional experience includes projects in mine action, education, environment, sustainable tourism and archaeology, as well as research on human rights violations, trafficking, domestic violence and child abuse and exploitation.
After the discovery of the medieval cityscape of Mahendraparvata near Angkor, in which I played a key role, I'm currently sharing my time between my photography work, most notably for the Meet Your Neighbours project, and my private tours around the temples of Angkor. I'm also conducting biodiversity surveys in Asia, documenting the amazing fauna and flora and helping scientists from around the world uncover new species.
My detailed CV is available on LinkedIn:
I regularly make myself available for short- or medium-term missions for non-profits, private companies, international organisations and government agencies in Cambodia or anywhere else in the world. My professional services currently include:
• Environmental engineering, biodiversity study, feasibility studies, impact assessment
• Information management, and cartography (GIS, data analysis and interpretation, field survey)
• Education (development of material and training)
• Technical support for non-profits (project development, surveys, research, monitoring and evaluation)
• Professional photography (nature, photojournalism, documenting projects and events)
If you're interested in hiring me, contact me using the Contact Form in the left menu or by email at stephane (at) stephanedegreef . com