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Photography has nothing to do with cameras.

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Whether it's expressive portraits, stunning architectural shots, enticing food photography or fascinating product images, my in-depth training and creative expertise will transform your vision into reality.

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After graduating from the School of Applied Arts, I trained as a commercial photographer at Savini & Rüfenacht.

Despite the intense experience in the advertising environment, I really appreciated the knowledge of artificial light I acquired from Dennis. Later I discovered the fascinating spontaneous photography of Frank Capa and Bresson.

I then moved to New York, where I lived and worked for four years. During this time I assisted famous photographers like Billy Name, Andy Warhol's former Factory photographer.

Through this collaboration, I learned to work with natural light and had the opportunity to present exhibitions and live slide shows in New York.

A particular highlight of my time in New York was working as the house photographer at the renowned Gershwin Hotel.

This position allowed me to live there at no additional cost, which was a great advantage, especially in the early days.

In addition, I worked in New York as an assistant to the respected architectural photographer Michael Moran. Together we realized a book about Philipp Johnson's Glass House, photographing on location for over a year - an unforgettable experience.

We also worked regularly for Top 10 Architects, MoMA and Time Magazine in New York.

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