Happy Singles' Day to all my Chinese friends!
And right in time, my story on the challenges of finding love in China has been published in the current issue of the German NEON magazine. Thanks so much Nicole, Amélie, Peggy and all the others at NEON. And thank you Søren! See some of the images on my website
http://www.fabianweiss.com/albums/lala-life-lesbian-life-in-china/ or read about it on the NEON-Blog. http://blog.neon.de/2015/11/neon-122015/
Sebastian Handke's and my travel piece on the Baltics finally found a very nice online presentation - check it out on the beautiful new Lufthansa Magazine website:
Today I am giving a presentation at the Ogre photo club in Latvia.
Diana Laarz' and my feature on the Estonian start-up scene is published in this month's issue of the German Business Punk magazine.
Pauline's and my TIBET PROJECT won this year's Schneelöwe-Journalistenpreis from the International Campaign for Tibet!
It's a great honour and I am really grateful for all the stories the people shared with us - and that the cause gets hopefully more attention again now!
http://savetibet.de/presse/meldungen/meldungen2015/17-10-2015/ | www.dastibetprojekt.de
Amazing: NOUA #1, the magazine from our last workshop in Chisina,u made it too the Stack Awards shortlist!
Images from the book SEA CHANGE have been featured in the German NEON magazine.
Together with students from Germany, Moldova and Ukraine I will be working the whole next week on the next issue of NOUA magazine - the clue: it will be done both in Chisinau and Kiev!#internationalautumnschool #neighbours
Together with Journalist Diana Laarz I was researching in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia about military presence and the rise of paramilitary groups.
Sea Change workshop in Vienna with photographer Jocelyn Bain Hogg and Designer Mark Watson.
(Photo credit: Jocelyn Bain Hogg)
Jaska Clifford, from Great Yarmouth, is studying construction management in Hämeenlinna, Finland. I met him for an article on English students studying abroad.
Dialogue project with Turkish and Armenian participants on the topic of the Armenian Genozide. Two-week workshop in Armenia, creating a magazine while travelling through time and place.
I am super happy to finally see my images from Oslo and the Norwegian high school graduates RUSS printed!
If you are flying Lufthansa this month make sure you grab a copy of the current issue of Lufthansa magazine. Or watch the video here:
http://vimeo.com/152145641 Thank you so much Adrian and Zita for your trust in the story and Lisa for the journey with me!
I am happy to have such a nice team with the people from Publish Yourself!
http://www.publish-yourself.org and Die Brueder around me in such a beautiful location: Hamburg Oberhafen. Together with 25 Students from Hamburg and Münster created a magazine within 5 days - including the print! Check out the video on: http://www.facebook.com/Indiemags.de/videos/1111475582214608/ and http://vimeo.com/137659685
On the road again in the Baltics and Poland, this time for project DREAMLAND.
To celebrate the occasion, we teamed up with Document EAST and their wonderful curator Magdalena Niedużak to feature a selection of highlights from the project archive, showing Eastern Europe in a way you might have never seen before.
A huge thank you goes to all featured photographers Tina Remiz, Vitaly Fomenko, Mikhail Mordasov, Ciprian Hord, Lesya Polyakova, Iman Al-Dabbagh, Ramin Mazur, Daro Sulakauri, Davin Ellicson, Tamás Andok, Andrejs Strokins, Marko Risovic, Jeremy Nicholl and the rest of #EverydayEasternEurope team!
Hooray! I reached 1000 followers on Instagram. Thanks so much for following my photographic diary!
Work started in Georgia for the Archive of Transition.
My images for the article 'In Estonia, a Hotel Keeps Its Promise' by Sarah Khan have been published in The New York Times. Check out the article here:
My research on the Russian border town Narva in Estonia has finally been published.