Portrait of Prof. Zlatko Hrgovic, from Frankfurt, in his apartment was broken into.
Sabine Mehne almost died. While the doctors are fighting for their lives, she has a near-death experience. Photographed for the women's magazine Lisa.
The two directors of CrossFitFra, photographed for the Financial Times.
Frank Wehrheim is one of the protagonists in the so-called "Hessian tax investigator affair", which began with an investigation against Commerzbank in the mid-1990s, when he and his colleagues marched straight into the boardroom. Photographed for german magazine Focus
Portrait of the IG Metall (german labor union) works council Holger Wendt.
Elsa Seefahrt, a female vlogger from Frankfurt.
Portrait of the German tennis player Andrea Petkovic. Photographed for german magazine Focus.
Andreas Kaufmann, Leica Owner, at the headquarters of Leica. Photographed for the manager magazine.
Portrait of Mrs. Tusk and her pastor brother Paulus Terwitte, from the Liebfrauenkirche in Frankfurt.
Chary Graf is a former German professional boxer in the heavyweight division. Graf had a eventful life as a "black occupation" and "mixed-race child", boxer, criminal, inmate and German boxing champion 1985 and later as "Purified" and social worker.
The former head of the ENT University Hospital Marburg, Prof. Jochen Werner, photographed for german magazine Focus.
Portrait of Petra Roth - former Frankfurt Lord Mayor. Photographed for german magazine "Der Spiegel".
Portrait of Roger Willemsen. He was a German publicist, television presenter and film producer. Photographed for Chrismon.
Robert Klein, athlete with AIDS, before the start of the Frankfurt Marathon. Photographer for the german magazine "Der Spiegel".
Susanne Fröhlich, a female bestseller author and television presenter. Photographed for the german magazine "Der Spiegel".
The Scary Guy is an American motivational speaker who works against hate, violence, prejudice and bullying around the world. Photographed for the german magazine "Der Spiegel".