Creative CookingThe dutch design team and couple Petra Janssen and Edwin Vollebergh, also known as Studio Boot, created a space without walls where they live together, work together, come together with their huge circle of friends, all of them as creative and special as their hosts. Campaign for Neff kitchen.
The kitchen as a stagePreparing a meal is an art similar to putting a theater play on stage. That’s the way Christoph Himmel sees it. He’s not a cook, but an artist. And for him, the perfect dinner is one that runs counter to your expactations.
A house of generationsIn the workshop of an old house in Southern Tyrol, the carpenter Jochen Haidacher build an incredible space to cook and live in. Jochen comes from a family that works with wood since four generations.
The Baltic Sea Circle8000 km, 10 countries, 15 days
BoschRelax. Your robot keeps the lawn nice and short. Campaign for Bosch.
TeatimeThe insurance company Techniker Krankenkasse inspires their members to drink better tea.
Techniker KrankenkasseRaspberries, frozen bananas, coconut milk. Homemade vegan icecream.
Two men, many steaksCampaign for Neff kitchen, introducing new cooking stoves.
Blades of beautyThe high art of making traditional steel knives.
The last horse fisherman of BelgiumFor centuries the fisherman on the northwestern Belgian coast have been shrimp fishing on horsebacks. The water is ice cold. But the heavy cold blood horses drag the heavy nets with immeasurable patience.
Foodstyling and photographyNeff Recipes
SwedenA Swedish adventure - Sometimes i needed to click my fingers to make sure my ears still work.
Swiss farmersLivestock show
Armenia and Georgia, 2015A journey trough Georgia and Armenia. Two small countries in the Caucasus region, at the edge of Europe, old and young at the same time.
Show meTwo dog shows in Melbourne, Australia and Berlin, Germany.
Canoeing with kidsEditorial for Nido magazine
Portrait of a familyThe parents and their two sons live with 18 dairy cows on a family farm between Zurich and the Alps. They can only mantain this way of living because of heavy goverment subsidies for their cows. I moved in with them for more than four months.
RømøRomo is the name of an island in the wadden sea at the coast of Denmark. Driving on it, you’ll notice a silver stripe. The sea, you’ll think. But it is only a sea of parked cars.
Yitzhak GoldfinePortrait for Jüdische Allgemeine
Berlin roofsChimney sweeper