Going back to your own wedding location to capture someone else wedding is always a little weird. Schloss Münchenwiler will always have a special place in our hearts and so many lovely memories are tied with this place. To make those memories last with images for our grooms and brides is what wedding photography is […]

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And just a few days after my Editorial with Julie I had the chance to work with Ines from Hostettler-Mode in Bern to take some editorial images of for her. Its such a big honour to do this kind of work and it’s totally different to what I normally shoot – weddings & portraits which […]

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A few days ago I posted the civil wedding of this couple and it was already stunning. Now be prepared for their amazing backyard garden wedding. It was a very hot summer afternoon and luckily they had prepared a tent for their guests to provide some shade. I loved all the little details especially the […]

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This is a special post to me as it’s about my first assignment for herzensbilder a wonderful Swiss Kids Charity Organisation. It’s such an amazing project and I hope you find a spare minute to head over to the site and find out more about it. And yes, you may notice my style as I […]

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Family images are always a matter of heart to me. As a mom myself I know how important images are. And as a photographer even more how important it is that everyone of the family is on some images. I know you may say, but I need to loose some weight before, … need a […]

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Switzerland is a little special, if you want to get married you have to have a civil ceremony. Even if you decide to go to church or have a free ceremony you have to say yes in front of a civil ceremony officer first. This couple decided to hire us for both their civil ceremony […]

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