Andreas Haubjerg (b. 1992) is a freelance documentary photographer and film maker based in Copenhagen, Denmark. He has a BA in Photojournalism from The Danish School of Media and Journalism. As part of his education, he underwent an 18-month internship as a photographer at the Danish daily, Politiken.

Through in-depth documentary photography and film making his work focuses on personal stories about identity, social injustice and youth.

Having spent years working on stories about at-risk children and teenagers, he works with ethical considerations at the forefront of his mind.


Andreas Haubjerg is a part time teacher in short form documentary at Danish School of Media and Journalism and is regularly giving talks and guest teaching at various photo schools like Grundtvigs Højskole and Engelsholm Højskole.

A side from long-term projects and personal work, Andreas Haubjerg do assignment in editorial documentary and portraiture.

He is available for assignments around the world.


Phone: (+45) 20 82 81 03
Mail: andreashaubjerg@protonmail.com



CV

2022- Photo Editor at Politiken
2021-: Part-time teacher at DMJX - Short Documentary
2019-: Freelance documentary photographer and film maker
2017- 2019: Photojournalist, Intern, Danish Daily Politiken
2016-2021: BA in Photojournalism - The Danish School of Media and Journalism
2016-2017: Photo editor, Magasinet CITAT
2014: Photojournalism - Grundtvigs Højskole

Other

2022: Selected for NJC Masterclass
2020: Support by Slots- og Kulturministeriet
2019: Masterclass with NOOR and Copenhagen Photo Festival
2019: Filmworkshop support for young film talents
2018: Canon Student Development Programme - Visa pour l'Image, Perpignan
2015-2016: Assistant for Jacob Aue Sobol

Selected clients

Red Barnet Ungdom, Børns Vilkår, Kirkens Korshær, Danske Handicaporganisationer, Mandecentret, KVINFO, Dansk Kulturinstitut, Det Kongelige Teater, Politiken, Børsen, Folkeskolen, Friskolen, Aarhus Kommune, TDC Alarmnet

Awards and honors

2022: Selected for OFF22
2022: Nominee, Kravling
2022: Finalist, POYi, Documentary Journalism
2022: Silver, Danish Pictures of the Year 2021, Documenary
2022: Finalist, Toronto Indie Filmmakers Festival
2022: Winner, International Documentary Film Awards, First-time Director
2022: Winner, Short Film Factory, Short Documentart
2022: Honorable Mention, New Wave Short Film Festival,  Short Documentary
2022: Honorable Mention, Art Film Awards, Short Documentary
2022: Winner, Eastern Europe International Movie Awards, Short Documentary
2022: Winner, Heart of Europe International Filmfestival (HEI), Short Documentary
2021: Px3, Gold in Portraiture/Personality
2021: Ritzau Scanpix Prize, Best BA-project
2020: Shortlisted, Direct Look/20
2020: Nominated, LUMIX Festival for Young Visual Journalism
2020: First prize, Picture of the year, Denmark - Best Portrait Series
2017: Second prize, College Photographer of the Year – Documentary Short

Exhibitions

2022: Vinterblomst, Danish Cultural Institute, Beijing, China
2022: The Royal Library of Denmark - Danish Picture of the Year
2020-2022: 'En rigtig mand' touring Denmark with support by KVINFO and Mandecentret. More info here.
2021: KØN - Gender Museum Denmark - 'En rigtig mand'
2020: Svendborg, Holstebro and Sønderborg municipality and DMJX in Aarhus with support by Slots- og Kulturstyrelsen
2020: Helsinki Photo Festival
2020: LUMIX Festival for Young Visual Journalism
2020: The Royal Library of Denmark - Danish Picture of the Year
2019: Visa pour l’Image, Perpignan, Campo Santo
2018: LUMIX Festival for Young Visual Journalism: Joint exhibition - collection of 19 young photographers
2018: Triennale der Photographie in Hamburg: Joint exhibition - collection of 19 young photographers


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