Born in 1958, Belgium. Lives and works in Ternat (Belgium)
Paul D'Haese studied photography at the academies of Anderlecht (BE) (graduated in 2000) and Sint-Niklaas (BE) (1997). Masterclass with John Davies (UK) in 1993 (Alden Biesen, BE). He has exhibited on numerous occasions in Belgium, including G.C. De Markten, the KVS, the Kaaitheater and the “Fusée de la Motographie” in Brussels, the Museum of Photography in Charleroi C.C. of Hasselt, Artistic Platform Zebrastraat and @ “Land of Photography” in Ghent.
He received the Award of the Unesco's friends as part of the 12th National Award of Photography, Museum of Photography in Charleroi (BE). His photographs are in the collections of the museum. In 2016 he was a laureate of the Magnum Photography Awards, with the "Belgopolis" series, and in ’17 with his ‘building an imaginary city’ series. In 2018 his 'Stuffy shell' series was shortlisted for the Sony World Photography Awards.