Marek & Beier

New Cooperation with Marek & Beier Photographers

Since the beginning of the year, I have been working with Marek & Beier Photographers from Munich on various graphic projects. The portrait and business photo studio combines photography and coaching. In addition, Florian Beier and Jakob Marek advise freelancers and companies regarding the perception they create externally. Among other things, they encourage their clients to improve their corporate design with new ideas. In this task, I will support Marek & Beier Photographers in the future.


The “Württemberg Mausoleum” is surrounded by numerous vineyards and can be found on the mountain “Rotenberg” close to Stuttgart. The former castle “Wirtemberg” was situated on this mountain until 1819. It is considered the ancestral castle of the House of Württemberg and the cradle of the former state. Its rulers built castles such as the “New Palace” in Stuttgart or the “Solitude Palace”. more

Desk Differences is now part of the Fotografiebibliotheek

The storyteller and photographer Christian Hauska has been added to the archive of the Fotografiebibliotheek (Photography Library) in the Netherlands with his book Desk Differences. Desk Differences was created as a collaboration in 2017. A second edition was published at the end of 2018. 

Congrats to Christian Hauska and the acknowledgement of his work as a storyteller and photographer.


Kenya is poor and rich. Kenya is loud and quiet. Kenya is cool and hot. Situated on the equator, Kenya’s sun almost stands perpendicular at noon. In the evening it cools down in the higher situated capital Nairobi and the savannah and it stays warm and humid at the coast in Mombasa. more


Coburg was ruled for many centuries by Saxon dukes. The husband of Queen Victoria of England, Albert, also came from this dukedom, and after her marriage she also bore the names Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, until the name was changed to “Windsor”. more


England impresses with ancient oaks, extensive landscape gardens and luminous facades made of sand and limestone. The lively university town of Oxford and the former noble spa town of Bath also attracts visitors with great architecture, beautiful cafés and parks. more


Due to the enormous size of Sicily you forget that you are visiting an island. Rugged coasts and green fields alternating with mountainous landscapes. Everywhere you can find traces of past epochs and cultures. more


Athens is famous for its Acropolis and its archaeological collections. Hundreds of thousands of tourists come here to marvel or just to take a selfie. Since the financial crisis, the city as well as the whole country met rough treatment. You can see this through empty shops, semi-finished houses and ruined streets. more