Daun Penh, Phnom Penh, Kambodscha
I am a photojournalist based in Bangkok, Thailand.
I am focused on crisis and conflict photography. I cover whole Asia.
Benjamin Haselberger was born in 1973 in Germany.
In 1997, before starting his photographic studies at University of Essen-Duisburg, Germany, his eye was drawn to concentration camps in Germany and Poland, which he extensively worked on while being an intern at VISUM Photo Agency, Germany.
In 1998 he worked in Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia and Burma, before becoming a press photographer intern at "Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung" in 2000.
Finishing his 2nd studies at FAS-Berlin until 2006 , he worked in Poland, postwar Bosnia, and extensively in Cambodia for 3 years. From 2007 to 2009 he moslty worked in China, as well as Burma and Kosovo.
He relocated to Bangkok in 2010.
Ongoing projects include: "Into The Dark - Scenes From South East Asia's Meth Epidemic", "The Rohingya Refugee Crisis" and "Refugees From South Sudan In Uganda"
1999 - Kodak Nachwuchsfoerderpreis, 1999 - Reinhart Wolf Preis, honorable mention
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