Professor Harold James for Union Investment

I always love to meet and portray interesting, modest, charming, intelligent and exceptional people - especially when all of those are combined in one. Harold James Professor of History at Princeton University spent some time in Munich to talk about the parallels and differences of todays events compared to the 30s. The images are published in Union Investment’s “Weitwinkel” magazine.

Agency: Profilwerkstatt

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Supporting the future of football!

Football has been my first love. As a child I always wanted to be a professional, but in the end I “only” got to the point where I get assigned to meet and shoot professional Bundesliga players.

So, I’m happy to help some talented young guys playing at my home club with a little sponsorship and I hope that some of them get the chance to fulfill their dreams.

Meet the U10 team of SV Hörgertshausen! They won the game by 15:1 by the way…

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A blind man and his house

Wolfgang Hermann builds a house of 930 sqm. Apart from its fairly big size nothing special one might think. But Hermann is has been blind for over 40 years and started to build his new home in the 90s from scratch and until now he built more than 320 sqm of walls, installed over one kilometer of electric wires and used more than 3,5 kilometers of wooden panels.

A portrait of a fascinating man for HORNBACH. Check out the story and the interview at their Macher-Blog.

 A blind man building his own house
 A blind man building his own house
 A blind man building his own house
 A blind man building his own house
 A blind man building his own house
 A blind man building his own house
 A blind man building his own house

Cover, portraits and corporate reportage for Bayerische Hausbau

You hardly get the chance to define the look of a whole magazine by your photography and I was really happy when Munich based real estate company Bayerische Hausbau asked me to shoot the cover of their WIR magazine - plus portraits of CEO Jürgen Büllesbach, various employees and a reportage at their most important construction site for a wide range of stories in the inner part of the issue.

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