Andreas Jakwerth, Richmond Kpakpo
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Andreas Jakwerth

Richmond Kpakpo, Jamestown, Ghana, 2012
Website - AndreasJakwerth.com

Andreas Jakwerth grew up in rural Austria and began taking photographs out of boredom at the age of 17. It took him seven years of learning the craft until he landed his first assignment for a small Viennese magazine. He is a regular contributor to Lufthansa Magazine, The Red Bulletin and many more publications in Austria and Germany. When not working on commissions Andreas travels, working on personal projects and experiencing the world. When not taking pictures he is climbing rocks. He lives and works in Vienna, Austria.

Posted on Wednesday, February 6, 2013.

 

 

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