Aubrey Wade

Berlin, Germany


British/Dutch, 1977

Aubrey uses documentary photography to explore complex social issues, seeking visual approaches to storytelling that help audiences connect with his subjects and their experiences. He values collaborative approaches and works internationally on long-term documentary projects. He also shoots on assignment for leading publications and NGOs.

He holds degrees in Social Anthropology from Sussex University and in Photography from the University of the Arts London.

Aubrey shares his time between London and Berlin.

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Would you open your home to a strange?

Following the powerful quake that hit central Nepal on 25 April 2015, Aubrey Wade was commissioned to document the aftermath and record the way survivors were coping with their losses.

The Kuapa Kokoo co-operative has 45,000 members.

In post-war Sierra Leone, Justice is a ‘Journey’ combining formal and informal processes and a system of personal relationships.