Lucien Migné is a photojournalist based in Marseille, France. He is a member of the photographic agencies Zeppelin and RÉA (Reporters Économiques Associés).
In 2021, his portfolio « Mektoub, portraits of Moroccan workers » was selected for the Canon Development Student Program, as part of the Visa pour l’image photojournalism festival in Perpignan, and exhibited it in the cultural cafe La Mangrove in Marseille. The same year, his photographic work on voodoo in Benin was exhibited in Montpellier during the Flambeau Festival, organized by the emerging platform Alma Média. He also exhibited his report « Water shortage in Lebanon », carried out in September 2021, at the Marseille bookstore l’Hydre aux mille têtes. In December 2021 and January 2022, he left for Egypt to carry out a new photo report on the Zabbaleen community of Cairo in the Manshiet Nasser district. He made another work on the Egyptian limestone quarries of Al-Minya. In Novembre and December 2022, he went to Bangladesh to work on two different stories. The first one is about the last circus of the country, and the second one focuses on the daily life and living conditions of climate migrants currently living in Korail, Dhaka’s largest slum.
Lucien Migné graduated from the Satis Cinema and Photography school.