Science and nature documentaries
I’ve produced and presented short documentaries on more than 150 international research projects, joining scientific expeditions in dozens of countries — from deserts to the Arctic, at sea, in the air and underwater. In cooperations with the European Space Agency, I’ve covered space projects in Europe, Russia and the United States.
From January 2019, I’m producing and presenting “Ocean” — Euronews’ flagship documentary series, developed in partnership with the European Commission’s DG MARE and exploring themes such as pollution and marine life, the blue economy, sustainable fishing, aquaculture, climate change, ocean energy and more. It airs on nine of Euronews’ language editions (English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Hungarian and Greek).
In 2011, I’ve created, produced and presented Euronews’ first travel series, “Life“, which keeps winning sponsorship contracts across the world. In 2016, I’ve came up with a series on active and extreme tourism — “Adventures” — with its short and dynamic format well suited for younger travellers.
In 2010, I became the first Euronews journalist to report from a conflict zone, providing breaking news coverage of a violent revolution in Kyrgyzstan. That trail-blazed the evolution of this international TV channel from entirely post-produced news content to its current daily reporting from around the world.
In 2015 and 2016, I’ve been covering Syria’s ongoing military and humanitarian disaster, crossing the war-ravaged country from Russia’s coastal airbase in Latakia to active frontlines in Aleppo and Palmira areas. As a news reporter, I have covered mass protests in Moscow, the Sochi Olympics and other global events, and interviewed one-on-one world’s top newsmakers, including the U.N. Secretary General and six heads of states.
Each of my TV programs are voiced over in multiple languages and broadcasted in more than 150 countries over terrestrial, satellite and cable television, as well as on mobile apps, airplanes and cruise ships. They are available online on Euronews.com and Loctier.com.