Petterik Wiggers (20) More files...
Dutch b.1962



Petterik Wiggers has been working as a photographer and cameraman in Africa for over twenty years. Based in Addis Ababa, he travels all over Africa for his picture stories.



Petterik divides his time between personal projects such as the conflict in Somalia, and the aftermath of the 2005 Ethiopian Elections and commissions for international organizations and media. His photographs have been published in Time, the LA Times, Wired, the New York Times, the Guardian, the Financial Times, the Observer, and Monocle, and he has worked for a number of UN agencies the UNHCR, UNICEF, the WHO, and the WFP.



Past projects have included Black Roots, a project on the cultural relationships in the Afro-American diaspora;

Some of the 25,000 participants in the Great Ethiopian Run find refreshment at...
26/11/2006
Some of the 25,000 participants in the Great Ethiopian Run gather in...
26/11/2006
Civilians flee following clashes sparked by a local dispute between SPLA and...
15/05/2008
Women working at a Dutch flower farm in Ziway. Dutch flower farmers started...
Ethiopian troops involved in the long-running border conflict with Eritrea.
A string of bullets around the neck of a Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) soldier...
11/06/2006
The dead body of a Union of Islamic Courts (UIC) fighter, killed as troops...
28/12/2006
Supporters of the Peace, Unity and Development Party (KULMIYE), whose leader...
A priest collecting money for the church outside a music and photocopying shop.
Interior of a Bantu family home. Due to marginalisation and a lack of income...
Internally displaced persons (IDPs) cook in a makeshift camp in a church...
12/01/2008
Bathawi Gabriel Medhin pours holy water over a woman. Bathawi is a well known...
Herdsmen load goats onto a boat ready for transportation. Bosasso is the major...
Michael, a professional dancer, during a night out at a gay bar in Kampala.
Edirisa Ssemakula and Nalongo Lydia Mulumba, the brother and mother of David...
powered by infradox.com