Raimond Wouda uses photography to explore the dynamics of human behaviour and how we interact with each other in public spaces; from young people in schools, to the wider public as they go about their daily routines in city squares and also the confining spaces of an audience.

Wouda is interested to see how we inhabit these different spaces and create our society. He also has a strong interest in urban landscape, the backdrop for his projects and the visual role they play in social behaviour. Wouda has published 5 books of his long-term projects: Texel, School and Ext.-Int. Sandrien and Adam Doc’K are created in collaboration with photographer, Henk Wildschut. He has recently finished his latest publication Polder VIII about the neighbourhood where his family grew up.

Raimond Wouda’s photographs have been exhibited in many international museums and photo festivals including: Rencontres d’Arles (FR), Lewis Glucksman Gallery (IRE), Sifest Photofestival (IT), Musee d L’Elysée Lausanne (CH) and Foam (NL) and his images are included in a number of public and private collections He teaches photography at the Royal Academy of Arts in The Hague (NL).