Vincent Haiges is a documentary photographer currently based in Berlin. He is a graduated from SOAS (University of London) with a master´s degree in Political Science.
He works for media outlets, NGOs and on long-term projects.
Outlets and Clients
Editorial Outlets: Al Jazeera, Amnesty International Journal, De Morgen, Der Spiegel, Deutsche Welle, Die Zeit, New Frame, Japan Photojournalism Daily, Neue Zürcher Zeitung, The Guardian, Volkskrant, among others.
Institutional Clients: GIZ, Goethe Institut, Médecins Sans Frontières, United Nations Development Programme, University of Hamburg, University of Zurich, 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 for telling stories from multiple angles. When taken with responsibility, awareness and precaution, the gaze of an outsider can add a valid contribution to conversations about social political phenomena.