Dieter Telemans (36) More files...
Belgian b.1971



Dieter was born and brought up in Burundi before moving to Brussels, where he is now based.



After six years working for the Belgian newspaper De Morgen he now works mainly on personal projects.



His first long-term documentary project and book, Heart of Dance, focused on the African music scene, taking in Soukous music in Kinshasa, gospel in South-Africa, rap in Senegal, and female musicians in Mali, as well as Blocos Afros in Brazil.



Troubled Waters, a global investigation into the ecological and humanitarian consequences of droughts, floods and irresponsible water management which included photographs from the Aral Sea, the Horn of Africa, Spain, Egypt, Bangladesh and Turkey, followed in 2007.

Girl collecting clean water from a pump in her flooded village. Monsoon rains...
A queue of people with containers, struggling to find fresh water...
A refugee collects water for himself and his horse by digging a hole in the...
A boy receives a cup of drinking water after being vaccinated against measles...
A boy walks in the Wayb river at sunrise. The level of water in the river has...
Water sprinklers irrigate a golf course at a holiday resort. In recent years...
A young girl pours water from one bowl into another at her home in the village...
Women take a drink while collecting water from concrete Taankas, underground...
Women carry water vessels after collecting water from concrete Taankas,...
A woman and a boy herd their livestock through the dust in the desert back to...
A farmer lashes his cattle as he ploughs the dry land in the area of Lake Tana.
A woman and her children carry water home from a creek. Over 70 percent of the...
A goat herder fills a vessel with water from an open well to give to his...
Female herder walking in the desert with her goats. The region has suffered...
Sergei Bakajoesjin Lipatovitsj (66). He trained as a captain with the Soviet...
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