Peaches & Mint - Blog

Most of the time we only get to see and appreciate the results, yet it is incredible to watch an artists go to work. The creation has always been a most fascinating phenomenon to me: Maybe it’s all the more intriguing when results are revolutionarily, seemingly simple. And at it’s best you don’t see all the work that has been put into conquering a craft, (more…)

Film Photographers Europe Analog Photography Paris Greg Finck Wedding Photographer

I found a great excuse to take off to Paris last week – Paris Photo, art worlds’s finest photo fair is taking place at the Grand Palais – I couldn’t wait to indulge. Since work for me isn’t really work as most people understand it – I am lucky enough to call this research – I decided not to miss out on it this year. I couldn’t wait to see this beautiful city again and my dear friend Greg Finck, who is one of the most talented photographers I know. (more…)
Lissabon travels & poems

Der Zauber der Inspiration, etwas fesselt unsere Gedanken und feuert sie an auf Reisen zu gehen. Neugierig laufe ich mit, schlüpfen hinein in die Idee, probiere sie an und bin ganz entzückt über meine Entdeckung. Spiegle mein Leben in deinem, will heraus finden wo das Licht sich bricht und (more…)

Last week at a dinner party my charming neighbour and I jumped right into one of the questions that keeps pondering my head most days. “What is beauty?” Udo asked, as if it were the most normal topic to speak about right after meeting someone and although I wanted to hug him for his unpretentious conversation opening, it definitely caught me of guard. Beauty. (more…)

Portraits by Pia Clodi

One of the biggest blessings I find since moving to Salzburg is that of nature on the tip of my toes. Even chamois-bearing woods are just a walk away and stepping out of the door into the crisp morning air I am reminded of something photography is so painfully lacking for me: Although often we trust it’s ability to record, it will never have this startling effect of a scent, (more…)

Leaf by Leaf Daily Diptych by Pia Clodi
Francis Bacon said that “The best part of beauty is that which no picture can express.” And it’s this kind of melancholy that I often experience when photographing. Why even try, if what we can record lacks the ultimate ability to transcend us? (more…)