Vincent Haiges, *1988 Germany, is a documentary photographer working on editorial/instituional assignments as well as personal projects.
He holds a master´s degree in Political Science from SOAS (University of London).
Outlets and Clients
Editorial Outlets include Al Jazeera, Der Spiegel, Deutsche Welle, Die Zeit, New Frame, Japan Photojournalism Daily, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, The Guardian, Volkskrant, among others.
Institutional Clients auch as EU-Election Observation Mission, GIZ, Goethe Institut, Médecins Sans Frontières, United Nations Development Programme, Terre De Hommes.
2019 I Bagdad Contemporay Arts Festival I Bagdad, Iraq.
It is not my aim to speak for the voiceless, they have their own voice which should be heard.
I am aware that it is my privileged position that enables me to work in a world defined by injustice. While I can travel freely to the Global South, the situation is different from a reverse perspective. However, I feel a legitimacy and need of telling stories from multiple angles. When taken with responsibility, awareness and precaution, the gaze of the outsider can add a valid contribution to conversations about social political phenomena.
Saying that, working towards the equal access for storytellers, regardless their identity, needs to be priority.