Selection of PortraitsOngoing
Sung Tieu / Annik Hosmann for Ciao For Now / Kristina / Andrea and Jenni for Keine Agentur / Eliel Jones / Schauspielhaus Zürich (Ensemble, Selection) / Loredana for Das Magazin / Laurenz Brunner / Hannelore Elsner for ZEITmagazin / Carina Bukuts / Raphael Hefti / Simon Ertl / Cassidy Toner for ODDA / Sebastian Hotz aka El Hotzo for ZEIT Campus / Roli Deluxe / Helena Zengel for Vogue Germany / Sheela for ZEITmagazin / Kübra Gümüşay for die dame
Black ForestOngoing Friends of Truths
Post Intimacies2020 Independent
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.
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.
DOP: Paul Sonntag
Campaign2021 Annabelle magazine
Annabelle, the oldest women's magazine in the German-speaking part of Switzerland, repositions itself and takes a stance. The magazine remains „belle“, but it gets louder, more political, more critical and it shows that these terms do not contradict one another. In collaboration with ROD agency, we photographed 6 individual women who stand for exactly that - Modernity, a critical attitude, coolness, and beauty!
Collection2020 Johanna Gauder
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.
Diana Pfammatter is a photographer with a focus on reportage and portraits for both magazines and commercial clients. Her aim is always to use photographs to tell a story, to seek coincidences and capture them at the right moment. Her spontaneous and natural approach is accentuated by a clean aesthetic, resulting in uniquely intimate portrayals focused on the subject, not on staging. She is living between Switzerland and Berlin.
Selected clients and publications:
– Das Magazin
– Deutsche & Japaner
– die dame
– Dummy magazine
– F.A.Z. Quarterly
– Haus der Kunst Munich
– Johanna Gauder
– Kunsthalle Basel
– Lufthansa Womans World
– ODDA magazine
– Schauspielhaus Zürich
– Studio Andreas Wellnitz
– Studio Yukiko
– UBS AG
– Viola Beuscher Ceramics
– Vogue Germany