Louis Van Ginneken is a freelance journalist.
He was born in 1995, in Brussels, where he still lives to this day.

He tends to prefer stories when they are (too) long. Some of which he writes are serious, others less so. But all are real.
Among his subjects of interest are the dominance relationships that exist in working conditions, gender norms or urban space.

Simultaneously, he produces documentary series — be they photographic, radiophonic or both.


In 2017, he undertook a long-term project with three other IHECS students about projects concerning the integration of people with albinism into the Tanzanian society. This photo documentary called “Noir comme neige” (Black Like Snow), backed by Canon and the francophone parliament of Brussels, was turned into a self-published book.The series In the glimmer from the book was amongst the finalists of the Mentor Prize, a contest that rewards photographic projects with a public utility. His work was found in several art exhibitions in Brussels, including at Bozar, at the francophone parliament of Brussels and at IHECS.