Daniel Chatard (1996) is a Franco-German documentary photographer based in Hanover, Germany. In his work, Daniel is mostly interested in the relationship between individuals and their societies, exploring how collective identities shape the human experience.
In 2015, Daniel started his studies of photojournalism and documentary photography at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Hanover. In 2017, he interned as a photographer at the daily newspaper Weser-Kurier in Bremen. He’s currently finishing his studies after having completed an exchange semester at the faculty of journalism at Tomsk State University (Russia) in 2018.
Daniel has worked with various international media, such as The Washington Post, National Geographic, The British Journal of Photography, L‘OBS and Die ZEIT. He has been awarded the German Youth Photo Prize and shortlisted at the German Photobook Prize, was a finalist of the Leica Oskar Barnack Award 2018 and got nominated for the Prix Pictet 2019.