Florence Goupil, a French-Peruvian photojournalist based in Peru, is currently an Explorer at National Geographic Society. She began her studies in History of Art at Denis Diderot University in Paris and later went on to study at L'École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Rennes, where she graduated in Multimedia and Editorial Design.
She spends her life between the Peruvian Andes and the Amazon jungle. Her work has been exhibited at the ICP (New York) and published in National Geographic, Polka Magazine, PhMuseum and other international media. In 2020, Florence was nominated for the Joop Swart Masterclass, became a National Geographic Explorer, and she was awarded with the 2020 Getty Images Reportage Grant. 
Grants, Awards & Workshops:
2020 - PhMuseum Women Photographers 3rd Prize
2020 - Pulitzer Center Rainforest Journalism Fund Grantee
2020 - Exhibited at the ICP: Global Images for Global Crisis
2020 - Recipient of the annual Getty Images Reportage Grant  
2020 - Explorer at National Geographic Society
2020 - Granted / National Geographic Society COVID-19 Emergency Fund for Journalists
2020 - Nominee / Joop Swart Masterclass
2020 - Awarded / Portfolio Review at the PH Museum Contest
2019 - Selected participant for the Women Photograph Workshop (Ecuador)
2019 - Selected participant for the 20 Fotografos Workshop (Guatemala)
2019 - Selected participant for the Congress of Fotógrafas Latam (Colombia)
2019 - Selected participant for the artist residence Festival Extra Muros (Peru)
2019 - Ambassador of the #ShowUs project in Peru in partnership with Dove, Getty Images Latam & Girlgaze
2019 - Curator at the BAMVF Buenos Aires Music Video Festival (Argentina)
2018 - Third Place / The Sinchi Foundation Competition (Amsterdam)
2018 - Finalist of the Lucie Foundation Emergent Artist competition
2018 - Finalist of the 24th edition of the Latin American Documentary Photography (Colombia)
2018 - Selected Participant for the V Encounter of Visual Anthropology (Mexico)