Sabine Löscher loves the simple things in life: her home in the country, cooking with friends and her family. Through photography she has found a way make her imagination visible.
Lingonberries, meatballs and roast reindeer: most people have heard of or tasted these Nordic specialties. There’s much more to the Scandinavian food – salty flavours, arctic fish and tasty seafood are the cornerstones of Nordic cuisine.
From early on, Jan-Peter Westermann placed a focus not only on still life, news coverage and travel photography, but also on food photography, which gained him a national reputation here in Germany.
This cool mood is named for the bluish daylight in Australia, which creates a fascinating sense distance. This form of light can transform the most simple dish into something special.
Sylwia Gervais developed her passion for food in her childhood. It was in her grandmother’s kitchen that she learned how to make jam and learned the secrets of preserving vegetables for the winter.
Julia Hoersch was born in 1962 in Krefeld, Germany. As a child she dreamed of becoming a photographer and worked to make the dream come true. Her emotional style and her commitment to colour assure that Julia Hoersch remains a trend-setting photographer.