Dear future bridal couple, it is such a great honor for me to let me be part of your special day. In return, I want to spoil you with the most beautiful wedding photos that will touch you even years later and remind you of a day like no other. You can trust me that I always keep my eyes on all the loud and silent noises and capture the buzzing emotions of you and your guests with my camera just like that. To give you an idea about the girl behind the camera, please let me introduce myself…
Without photography, the moment is lost forever, as if it had never existed.
ALRIGHT,
YOU'VE CONVINCED ME!
Without photography, the moment is lost forever, as if it had never existed.
Dear future bridal couple, it is such a great honor for me to let me be part of your special day. In return, I want to spoil you with the most beautiful wedding photos that will touch you even years later and remind you of a day like no other. You can trust me that I always keep my eyes on all the loud and silent noises and capture the buzzing emotions of you and your guests with my camera just like that. To give you an idea about the girl behind the camera, please let me introduce myself…
ALRIGHT, YOU'VE CONVINCED ME!
THE GIRL BEHIND THE CAMERA
I'm Michèle and have my base in beautiful Munich, Germany. I was born in the rather rural area of Hanover, which is also where my passion for photography evolved. At the age of 14 I bought my first SLR camera after a long time saving and quickly I was associated by the whole school as Karla Kolumna (very famous, fictive German journalist).

After graduation, I spent a few months in stunning Australia (where my camera was stolen in a hostel during a nap - I can still feel the shock in my bones). Now that I have realized that I get to know and appreciate a country way better by spending there more than 14 days, I moved to the Netherlands, where I studied 3 years „Sustainable Tourism Sciences“. I spent some months abroad and chose to study right at the Arctic Circle, in Finnish Lapland - in the dark, -25 degrees cold winter, despite snow allergy. Again, the camera was always my best friend (breathtaking area up there, let me tell you..). I rounded off my studies in Sweden with a Master in „Marketing Management“ and now look back on exciting years that have shaped and influenced me a lot.

So much influenced that I am now where I am. Capturing deeply felt moments for eternity and arousing warm feelings, make my heart leap. I walk through the world with eyes wide open and think in pictures. Thus, I am more than happy (and so lucky) to have made my passion a profession. The heartwarming feedback from my (bridal) couples is a wonderful endorsement and there is not a day I'm not looking forward to the next story.
THE GIRL BEHIND THE CAMERA
I'm Michèle and have my base in beautiful Munich, Germany. I was born in the rather rural area of Hanover, which is also where my passion for photography evolved. At the age of 14 I bought my first SLR camera after a long time saving and quickly I was associated by the whole school as Karla Kolumna (very famous, fictive German journalist).

After graduation, I spent a few months in stunning Australia (where my camera was stolen in a hostel during a nap - I can still feel the shock in my bones). Now that I have realized that I get to know and appreciate a country way better by spending there more than 14 days, I moved to the Netherlands, where I studied 3 years „Sustainable Tourism Sciences“. I spent some months abroad and chose to study right at the Arctic Circle, in Finnish Lapland - in the dark, -25 degrees cold winter, despite snow allergy. Again, the camera was always my best friend (breathtaking area up there, let me tell you..). I rounded off my studies in Sweden with a Master in „Marketing Management“ and now look back on exciting years that have shaped and influenced me a lot.

So much influenced that I am now where I am. Capturing deeply felt moments for eternity and arousing warm feelings, make my heart leap. I walk through the world with eyes wide open and think in pictures. Thus, I am more than happy (and so lucky) to have made my passion a profession. The heartwarming feedback from my (bridal) couples is a wonderful endorsement and there is not a day I'm not looking forward to the next story.

Oh, I am a big fan of lists...

5 facts

  • the more extreme the thunderstorm, the better
  • I almost became a professional competitive swimmer
  • in the Australian outback I had to drive a bulldozer
  • hiking mountains makes me relax instantly
  • a Vietnamese fisher woman once healed my injured knee by simply wrapping her hands around it

5 personal recommendations

  • all albums of the Foo Fighters
  • “The Alchemist” by Paolo Coelho
  • holidays in Finnish Lapland
  • having traveled alone once
  • my tangerine cheesecake