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Mischa Haller is a Swiss reportage and portrait photographer based in London.
He has worked extensively for the UK press, design agencies and branding companies, documenting the faces and places of our times.

He tells stories through authentic and engaging documentary-style narratives, which are then used for advertising, branding and marketing.

The 'Early Morning Clubbers' series has been accepted into the British Culture Archive, you can see the gallery here.


His Zone 3 series has been featured on the Guardian website.

You can see here Mischa's garden design photography for garden designers like Adolfo Harrison and Butter Wakefield.

Selection of clients:
Amazon, Adobe, Pictet & Cie, UBS, Zurich Financial Services, RNIB, Wirecard, Tages Anzeiger, The Future Laboratory, Courtauld Institute of Art, Friends of the National Gallery Berlin, John Brown Media, Redwood Publishing and Seven.
The editorial work has been published extensively in the magazines of The Independent, The Guardian, The Times and The Daily Telegraph, as well as Rabona, Monocle, Viewpoint and Die Zeit.

His documentary work is syndicated by Getty Images and his portraits are distributed by Camera Press.

In Summer 2011 he curated a large-scale billboard photography show, 'Re-Generation', with Swiss artists around Lon
don Bridge.


‚UBS Young Art’ a catalogue to document young artists at work as part of a scholarship program for the bank (2007).

‚on Bute’, a book about the community on the Isle of Bute, commissioned and published by the Mount Stuart Trust (2005).

‚off chance', a book of portraits and reportage (2002).

From 'off chance', the 'Swimmers' series was given a 2003 Award of Excellence by Photography Annual 44 and appeared in the August 2003 issue of Communication Arts (USA).

The ‚Eurostar Sleepers‘ was shortlisted for the St. James Group Photography Prize.

Represented by:
Schönbucher Fotografen, Zurich:
L A Noble Gallery, London:
Studio: MischaPhoto Ltd, Shed London, Workspace 2, 8 Lee Street, London E8 4DY, UK


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