Aubrey Wade uses documentary photography to explore complex social issues, seeking visual approaches to storytelling that help audiences connect with his subjects and their experiences. He works internationally on long-term documentary projects, as well as with leading publications and NGOs. He is represented by Panos Pictures.

His ongoing 'No Stranger Place' project, which portrays refugees and the people who have welcomed them into their homes in five countries across Europe, has been exhibited in the central train stations of Vienna (2016) and Berlin (2017), the Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg (2017) and in the courtyard of St Martin-in-the-Fields on London's Trafalgar Square (2018). Aubrey developed 'No Stranger Place' in partnership with UNHCR, the UN refugee agency.

His photographs have appeared widely in leading publications, including CNN, TIME, BBC, the British Journal of Photography, the Guardian, the New York Times, Newsweek, the Fader, the Financial Times, Zeit online, and many others. He has worked across Africa, the United States, Latin America, Europe, and South Asia.

He holds degrees in Social Anthropology from Sussex University and in Photography from the University of the Arts London.

Aubrey lives with his girlfriend and their young son in Berlin, Germany.

Picture of Aubrey Wade.