Jérémie Jung (1980) lives and works in Paris. He Holds a bachelor from Strasbourg Fine Art University (France, 2002). After being a web and graphic designer within non-formal education’s NGOs, Jérémie Jung follows a photojournalism training at the EMI-CFD (Paris, 2010) where he produces its first photo essay entitled "Roof Investigations". The essay won the audience award at the "Nuit Photographique" festival (Paris, 2011). He is commissioned in 2012 by the "Coordinating Committee for International Voluntary Service" (an NGO related to the UNESCO) to document projects in Kenya, Togo and Uganda. He works since 2011 for the international press and magazines. Jérémie Jung's personal work focuses on cultural and societal issues about isolated communities in Estonia and Greenland. He's a member of Signatures agency since 2013.
2016 - STERN Grant, 2012 - Audience award from "Les Nuits Photographiques", 2017 - Prix HSBC pour la Photographie
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Kiidi, a Farm beyond the borders
Picture extracted from the series "Kiidi, a Farm beyond the borders" (Kiidi, une ferme aux goûts du monde). A reportage about a French family who volunteers with her four Kids in Estonia during their summer holidays. (2011)
Kihnu, the island of the watch-women
Picture extracted from the series "Kihnu, the island of the watch-women" (Kihnu, l'île des mères veilleuses). A documentary about the small Estonian island of Kihnu, where traditions are mainly kept alive by women. (2013 - 2014)