Nick Jaussi works as a freelance photojournalist for various newspapers and non-governmental organization and studies alongside social and cultural anthropology and journalism at the Freie Universität of Berlin. He lives in Berlin, Germany and Bogotá, Colombia.
His photographic focus lays on the Spanish-speaking countries, particularly Latin America. He works on social issues and tells his stories close to the people. Special passion and challenge he sees in the photo reportage. A detailed narrative offers the viewer the option of deeper discussion of the topic.
Currently Nick experimates with new formats such as multimedia reportage. This combines photo reportages with sound recording to make the story more liveable. Atmospheric sounds are the keys of a memorable multimedia experience.
Nick is available for assignments in Germany, Colombia and all over Latin America in Photo Journalism and Photographic Work. He speaks fluent spanish, english and german.
Partners and publications
Stern, The Guardian, DPA, AFP, Art Magazin, Der Standard, VICE, Wired, netzpolitik, taz, HAZ, tagesspiegel, Bento, Berliner Zeitung, Kölner Stadtanzeiger, Krautreporter, tip Berlin, RBB, WDR, Bund für Umwelt und Naturschutz (BUND), Zentrum für Politische Schönheit, heute.at, Reporters Without Borders, La Tercera (Chile), La Semana (Colombia), El Malpensante (Colombia), Cafe Babel (UK), Radio Netherlands Worldwide, Lobbycontrol, EMerge Mag
- Audio capture
- Audio editing
- Breaking news
- Video capture
- Video editing
The maricas of Santa Fe
Santa Fé, the former upper class neighbourhood located in the city centre of Bogotá, nowadays offers all kinds of satisfaction to men. The capital of Columbia and mega-city who is offering all kind of satisfaction to a wooer these days. Women of all ages and from all over the country providing temporary pleasures by offering their bodies. The streets filled with people and a certain level of safety in this old neighbourhood characterises an area of tolerance to those who make their living out of prostitution. The two friends, Natalia and Arelis built their social and economic ties in between those 15 blocks.