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Mirjam Wählen is a german born photographer who works internationally to create both personal and commercial work. Growing up in the border triangle of Germany, Belgium and Holland, she moved to Paris in 1994, where she gained experience in photography. She went on to graduate as a photo designer from Berlin Lette Academy. Since then, she’s traveled the world for clients like Mercedes Magazine, Sony Music, Schauspiel Frankfurt and her pictures have been featured in magazines like Icon, Nylon, L’Officiel Hommes, Monopol, Zeit Magazin, Intersection, Sleek and Fräulein Magazin.

In her photography she is always trying to get to the core. Mirjam loves to tell stories in a documentary style and enjoys to work with available light. She was educated in analog photography, but she’s also familiar with digital equipment. Her sensitive approach leads to intimate portraits as she understands the value of photography as reciprocal. Berlin has been her home base for the past 24 years.


Mirjam Wählen
Berlin - Germany

+49 172 2418503

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