Category: Photojournalism

  • First Screening of “Bilder Krieg – Picturing War” in Germany

    On Saturday, Konstantin Flemig showed his movie “Bilder Krieg – Picturing War” for the first time to a German audience. The movie was screened at the venues of the Sprechsaal in Berlin Mitte, where the War Zone Freelance Exhibition is currently showing their photos. One of the founders and exhibitors, Benjamin Hiller, is also the […]

  • The War Zone Freelance Exhibition in Berlin

    On March 18, my friends and colleagues over at the War Zone Freelance Exhibition opened their newest exhibition in the venues of the Sprechsaal in Berlin, Germany. They show the work they have done over the years from countries like Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, or Jordan. The exhibition also includes various footage from their journeys and […]

  • A day with the lifesavers of Sea-Watch

    Today I was invited to spend a day with the lifesavers of Sea-Watch from Germany to document their important work. They are stand-by 24/7 to guard the coast of Lesbos in Greece to find and rescue refugee boats coming from Turkey. Without their endeavours, a lot more names would be on the list of people […]

  • The martyr’s cemetery of Hezbollah in Beirut

    If you are interested in Lebanon’s main Shia party and you happen to be in Beirut, make sure to check out the main cemetery of martyrs in Beirut. In Arabic it’s called “روضة الشهيدين“, which means “Place of two martyrs” in English. Many of the party’s fighters have died during the 2006 war with Israel, […]