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Flipping through 2015

This new year started with joy and sadness constantly replacing each other. I am 9 months pregnant filled with so muchView full post »

Misurina // Italy

Crossing the Alps on our way to France in the beginning of this year, we spent a few days in Misurina. It’s aView full post »


Last year we photographed the wedding of Yui & Camille in Hyères. We became friends and almost neighbours. MaisonView full post »

On the rocks

Our view on the rough beauty of the Calanques near Marseille.View full post »

Interior Design Rome // Visiting Humberto & Maco

Last year in March we spent some time in Rome. It was mostly a vacation, but sometimes we find it hard to separate workView full post »

Water, Food and Shelter

We follow the stream and make our way slowly uphill. We watch water bursting down rocks, forming cascades and rushingView full post »

La Cougourde

Hanni and I did two versions of this photograph. One is showing cows in the foreground with the waterfall more left inView full post »

Corsica travel reportage

When we traveled to Corsica to photograph the wedding of Jerome & Marylène

… we decided to turn this journey into a little roadtrip. So we drove the Volvo onto the ferry and off we rodeView full post »

Trophée Virginio Bruni-Tedeschi // Cavalière

Last Easter weekend we joined the crowd at the Club Nautique in Cavalière. It was time for the 6ème Trophée VirginioView full post »

Tempting island

Swimming to this island took us 25 minutes both ways. We could have walked though because the water was only 5 ft.View full post »

On the dock of the bay

Sitting on the dock of the bay, we tested the autofocus servo system of our camera eating yoghurt with honey inView full post »

La Chaffuste

La Chaffuste in October 2012. We were invited by Etienne de Kergariou to join  the monthly goûter-concert-exposition atView full post »

Noelle & Philippe // the garden of Kerusten

Noelle & Philippe told us that they’ve always loved Brittany. Almost each summer the whole family packedView full post »


Visiting Venice 2011 for a week of the Biennale exhibition we used a Polaroid camera and a Nikon FE 2 stuffed withView full post »

Aux Frères de la Côte // Île de Ré

Sometimes I can fall in love with a place just because I like the way it feels to be a part of theView full post »

the view

New View

18 hours of driving through rain and snow and massive mountains. Now we are in France again. We feel that travelingView full post »

wedding photographer France // photographe de mariage

Some of you who followed us over the past few months already know that we like France. This summer we’ve traveledView full post »

a rose is a rose is a rose

Roses’ names can be very different. Speaking for myself, I judge on the roses by the name. I like the rose when IView full post »

The Green of Central Brittany // Les Gorges De Toul Goulic

We continue our mix of wedding and travel photography. Today we like to show you a truly extraordinary place. WhenView full post »


Today we awoke at the end of the world. At least this is what the Romans used to call Brittany because of its distanceView full post »

Bits of France

We have an awfully bad conscience. Not only do we still have so many unique weddings to share – we also spent theView full post »


It’s been a week since we first entered the island called Amrum and four days since we’re back in Berlin.View full post »

Venice on Polaroids

When I travel to a place like this, I prefer shooting with film. Somehow digital doesn’t work for me there. It’s notView full post »

black and white images shot with film

More Harlem later. When I was in art school, we often went to a farm in Hungary which an artist I knew hasView full post »