Crowdfunding Campaign2020 Body Leaks
Body Leaks is a platform for stakeholders who encourage, educate, and inspire, a platform for female empowerment and interconnection. In collaboration with the outstanding design studio Deutsche + Japaner, an inauguration campaign discovers the female body in detail, bringing the female to the fore.
Bodies in Motion2019 Independent
A series of different stagings, which focus on the spontaneous during the encounter between photographer and model. The image sequences of photography and moving image constitute a more holistic portrait.
Post Intimacies2020 Independent
LOYALTY2021 Adam Linder
Selection of PortraitsOngoing
Emeka Ogboh / Enno, Rosa-Lin, Moubi, Anina, Pauline / Julia / Şeyda Kurt for ZEIT Campus / Carina and Liberty / Kübra Gümüşay for die dame / Andrea and Jenni / Nativ for Republik / Jacques Herzog for Uniqlo / Bunny Rogers for FAZ / Marietta Slomka for ZEITmagazin / Eduardo for ZEITmagazin / Loredana for Das Magazin / Ariane Koch for Das Wetter / Luna Wedler for ZEIT Campus / Cathy and Joel for ZEITmagazin / Cassidy Toner for ODDA / El Hotzo for ZEIT Campus / Annik and Kerstin / Hannelore Elsner for ZEITmagazin / Luca Winter for ZEIT Campus / Teruko Yokoi for Das Magazin / Raphael Hefti / Yma Louisa for ZEIT Campus
Black ForestOngoing Friends of Truths
Patrick Belaga2022 Nuda Paper
Lookbook2021 Paulina Muenzing
Paulina Muenzing is a fashion designer based in Berlin. On the occasion of her master's degree show at UDK Berlin, I photographed her collection SIMULACRUM, which is inspired by the overpopulation of digital images that we manipulate through copying and sharing. The collection explores how the hyperlinked network structure invades our identities and questions our emotional relationship to the internet.
Ensemble2020–2021 Schauspielhaus Zürich
In collaboration with the art director Laurenz Brunner and the editor Mathis Neuhaus, various portraits of the ensemble of the Schauspielhaus Zürich have been created over the last 2 years. Each of the series emphasizes the actors themselves; their individual expressions and their respective roles. The result is a complex and diverse visual language that deals with closeness, intimacy, presence and absence.
Photographer Diana Pfammatter has an eye for portraits that disarm. Whether she is shooting big-name artists or intimate pictures with good friends, she creates scenes that feel surprisingly spontaneous. The images on her website reveal that she has the ability to level with each of her subjects before the camera until the shared smiles and shyness of humanity is teased out and laid bare. This openness extends to close-cropped details of the body, where the folds and creases of skin become a new form of embodied abstraction. (Louise Benson, deputy editor, Elephant Magazine)
Selected clients and publications:
– Das Magazin
– Das Wetter
– die dame
– Elephant Magazine
– F.A.Z. Quarterly
– Kunsthalle Basel
– ODDA magazine
– Schauspielhaus Zürich
– Studio Andreas Wellnitz
– Studio Yukiko
– Vogue Germany