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  • ABOUT | danvanmoll.com

    ABOUT DAN Before Daniel shifted his focus on the coverage of conflict and wars, he had worked on a variety of international television formats and is currently looking back on about 25 years of experience in producing and directing documentaries and long-term productions. Among his clients were NBC, ARD, ZDF, RTL, SAT1, ProSieben, DMAX, Kabel1, VOX and Discovery Channel. As a photojournalist he has spent a decade working with NGOs on six continents. Within the last eight years he traveled a dozen different African countries, documenting humanitarian projects and the work of nonprofit organizations. In 2013 Daniel made conflict, post-conflict and humanitarian crises the core of his work. He covered the street riots in Turkey (June 2013), the turmoil in Egypt (August 2013), the unrest in Ukraine and Crimea (2014), the conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo / DRC (March 2014), the war on Cocaine in Colombia (June 2014) the war in Gaza (July 2014), the Ebola outbreak in Liberia (September 2014) and Sierra Leone (October 2014). ​ In 2015 Daniel shifted his work-focus from news journalism towards in-depth documentary photography covering mute nomads in the Negev Desert (2015), kidnapping gangs in Venezuela (2016) and medical programs in remote parts of Mongolia (2017). He has been published in international newspapers, magazines, news sites and books including TIME Magazine (US), New York Time (US), Newsweek (US), stern Magazine (Germany), GEO (Germany), New York Magazine (US), The Guardian (UK), The Irish Times (Ireland), Paris Match (France), Sueddeutsche Zeitung (Germany), Die Zeit (Germany), Focus (Germany), BILD (Germany) and others. He has been awarded with the Grimme Online Award, the Focus Project People’s Choice Award and has been shortlisted multiple times for the annual LifeFramer award. ​ Dan's photo archive can be found at laif . Exhibitions 2014 Diren Gezi: Raw, National Museum of Arts, Rome, Italy 2014 Life Framer, The Print Space, London, United Kingdom 2014 Pop-Up Show, Juraplatz, Biel, Switzerland 2013 Lenses in the Heart of the Event, Al-Qamishli, Iraq 2013 Lenses in the Heart of the Event, Baghdad, Iraq 2013 Occupy Gezi Park, Red Wall, Potsdam, Germany 2013 Diren Gezi, Galleria Minelli (Biennale), Venice, Italy 2011 Struggle in Burundi, K132, Duesseldorf, Germany ​ ​ Appearances ​ 2014 Interview about Ebola (Deutschlandfunk Nova, Deutschlandradio) 2014 Interview about Ebola (Frühstücksfernsehen, SAT1) 2014 Article about frontline equipment (Matador Network, USA) 2015 Interview about conflict journalism (Deutschlandfunk Nova, Deutschlandradio) 2016 Documentary Dan's assignment in Caracas (DMAX, Discovery Networks) ​ Affiliations ​ Deutscher Journalisten Verband (DJV) International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) Reporters without Borders (RSF) Frontline Freelance Register (FFR) ​ ​ Training ​ HEFAT (2015, Nato Base Hammelburg) HEAT (2015, Nato Base Hammelburg)

  • FIGHTING EBOLA | danvanmoll.com

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  • CRIME IN CARACAS | danvanmoll.com

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    CRIME IN CARACAS Crime in Venezuela is widespread, with violent crimes such as murder and kidnapping increasing annually. The country has the second highest murder rate in the world. ​ This collection covers kidnapping gangs, street violence and overcrowded prisons. View More FIGHTING EBOLA The Ebola outbreak of 2014-2015 exacted a terrible toll on major countries of West Africa. Latest estimates from the World Health Organization indicate that over 11,000 lives were lost to the deadly virus since the first documented case was officially recorded. ​ These images cover the first months of the outbreak in Liberia and Sierra Leone. View More ANNEXATION OF CRIMEA Russian soldiers without any form of insignia blocked all major Ukrainian military bases and cities on the Crimean peninsula in early 2014. ​ The annexation took place in the aftermath of the 2014 Ukrainian revolution and was part of wider unrest across southern and eastern Ukraine. View More WAR IN GAZA Following the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teenagers by Hamas members, the IDF conducted Operation Brother's Keeper to arrest militant leaders, Hamas fired rockets into Israel and a seven-week conflict broke out. It was one of the deadliest conflicts between the Palestinians and Israeli in decades. The combined Israeli airstrikes and ground bombardment and Palestinian rocket attacks resulted in thousands of deaths, the vast majority of which were Gazans. View More UPHEAVAL IN KIEV Euromaidan was a wave of demonstrations and civil unrest in Ukraine, which began on the night of 21 November 2013 with public protests in Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) in Kiev. ​ The situation escalated after the violent dispersal of protesters on November 30th, leading to many more protesters joining. The protests led to the 2014 Ukrainian revolution. View More NINJA MINERS Many people lost their jobs after the fall of the People's Republic of Mongolia and became traditional herders. In 2001 and 2002 Mongolia faced two harsh winters (known as dzuds), and a third of the country's livestock was lost. Thousands of families took up so called ninja mining, searching for quartz or gold on properties large mining companies deemed unmineable. The self-dug mines go up to 20 meters deep and are often very unstable and in danger of collapse. View More AFRICA DIARIES This collections contains images taken on various NGO assignments in countries across Africa since 2004. ​ The assignments covered child trafficking, drug abuse, sexual assault and poverty in general. View More LIVING OFF TRASH Ghazipur is one of the largest landfills in India. It was opened in 1984 and reached its capacity in 2002 when it should have been closed. But the city’s detritus has kept on arriving each day in hundreds of trucks. Hundreds of people live right on this landfill searching through faeces and garbage for something worth selling to junkyards . View More DIREN GEZI A wave of demonstrations and civil unrest in Turkey began on 28 May 2013, initially to contest the urban development plan for Istanbul's Taksim Gezi Park. The protests were sparked by outrage at the violent eviction of a sit-in at the park protesting the plan. ​ This collection covers the last 48 hours when the peaceful occupation of Gezi Park in Istanbul turned into street riots. View More WAR ON CHRISTIANS Coptic Christians are the largest religious minority in Egypt. ​ In August 2013, following the July 2013 Coup and clashes between the military and Morsi supporters, there were widespread attacks on Coptic churches and institutions in Egypt by Morsi supports. According to at least one Egyptian scholar (Samuel Tadros), the attacks are the worst violence against the Coptic Church since the 14th century. View More CHILD SOLDIERS During the first and second civil conflicts which took place in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), all sides involved in the war actively recruited or conscripted child soldiers, known locally as Kadogos which is a Swahili term meaning "little ones". ​ After the conflict ended those who survived were often expelled from families and villages. They now live in UNHCR camps, some of them decommissioned. View More THE COCAINE WAR Colombia has had four major drug trafficking cartels and several bandas criminales. The Colombian government efforts to reduce the influence of drug-related criminal organizations is one of the origins of the Colombian conflict, an ongoing low-intensity war among rival narcoparamilitary groups, guerrillas and drug cartels fighting each other to increase their influence and against the Colombian government that struggles to stop them. View More THE COFFEE CHILDREN Child labor is widespread in coffee cultivation. When the price of coffee rises, the incentive for struggling families to withdraw their children from school and send them to work increases. ​ Children as young as six years old often work eight to 10 hours a day and are exposed to the many health and safety hazards of coffee harvesting. View More EBOLA SURVIVOR Those who have survived Ebola develop an immunity to the virus. When a patient is discharged from the treatment centre, they receive a document certifying that they no long pose a risk to their community. T he majority are confronted with discrimination, stigmatization and rejection by their families and neighbours . ​ This collection is a set of portraits of survivors who were expelled from their communities. View More LIVING IN OBLIVION The fall of communism and subsequent economic crises have been followed by major social and health problems. This collection contains an intimate view into one of the very few private run organisations that take care of mentally ill children in St.Petersburg. View More PLEASE SCROLL UP

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