Margaux Senlis photographs the effects of unexploded ordnance in Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos

“I used to love looking at old family pictures trying to imagine all the stories behind them,” says Paris-born photographer Margaux Senlis. “Then, I got my first camera at ten years old and haven’t stopped making images since.”

Following these early years of inspiration, Margaux made photography her full-time pursuit, completing a BA at Gobelins, a school of arts and visual communication in Paris, and then moving to the The National School of Photography (ENSP) in Arles, where she is currently studying a master’s degree.

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