I developed an interest in photography in my early teens. Until I decided to go pro in my late 20s, it has been with me, nudging me gently but consistently. I have always loved creating photographs in the countryside, and I easily get lost in the little details, like daisies, or pebbles on the beach, nowadays waves… for hours.
I love taking photographs of people, and especially weddings. There is no better job than documenting a couple’s best day in their lives and presenting them with the memories they will treasure for the rest of their life.
I am from Germany originally, but I have lived in Scotland since 1999. So occasionally, my two languages come in quite handy at weddings with German-speaking guests.
When I photograph a wedding, I often have my partner Mo by my side. We have been working together since 2014, and we are an excellent team. It’s a bit strange when your partner is a photographer too, because even at home, we talk photography – a lot, work on our websites – a lot, look and critique each other’s work – a lot, and we love exploring Scotland together – taking photographs.
Mo has the magic dust sprinkled on his camera. He focusses on the little details at weddings, on the people during reception, the special moments when no-one is aware of a photo being taken.