Hannes Jung (b. 1986) is a freelance documentary photographer currently based in Berlin. He studied photography and photojournalism in Munich, Hannover and Valencia and attended the Eddie Adams Workshop. Hannes is represented by Laif photo agency.
His recent work How is life? was recognized with Gold in the categories Documentary and Interpretative eye by the College Photographer of the Year award (CPOY). He recieved several research grants from n-ost, Robert-Bosch-Foundation and VG Bildkunst. Hannes work was shown in several exhibitions and festivals around Europe.
He is available for assignments nationally and internationally.
2016 - College Photographer of the Year, 2016 - College Photographer of the Year, 2015 - Reporters in the field, research-grant, 2013 - South Tyrol Media award, 2011 - Canon Profifoto Förderpreis, 2008 - Promotion award “Deutscher Jugendfotopreis”
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Hows is life?
Midges in the air on a lake near Kupiskus. Vilma, a woman who is living there lost her husbind 5 years ago through suicide.
She wrote: "After five-year-long grief, I have an interest in life again. I discovered a new feeling in myself – I am interested. I am interested in going to a theater or opera, canoeing and taking part in Rotary club activities, even watching the sunset, again. This is my story." Lithuania, Kupiskis, 9th of May 2016