Animal Architecture published in France
September 2018: We are proud to announce that our best selling book "Animal Architecture" will be available as a French edition from October 2018. More information coming soon here.
Story in VISUELL
September 2018: German online magazine VISUELL published a nice story with lots of information about Ingo's work.
Animal Masses in Terra Mater Magazine
June 2018: Terra Mater Magazine, Austria, published in issue July/August 2018 a wonderful story about our long-term project on Animal Masses.
New Story in GEO Magazine
May 2018: We are proud that our story "Schraege Typen" has been published in this month’s (06/2018) issue of GEO Magazine. It's about the craziest animals evolution has produced. Colorful feather headdress, huge eyes, funny head shapes ... For the story, Ingo photographed portraits in a field studio against a white background.
South Georgia declared rodent-free!
May 2018: Wonderful News! Sub-antarctic island of South Georgia, one of the most spectacular places on our planet, is declared rodent-free! The world's largest rodent eradication project was a great success. I'm proud that I was the first photographer to document the project in 2011, on assignment for GEO Magazine. Read more here and here.
April 2018: Greetings from Patagonia! This is one of our favorite places and always worth a visit. By now it has almost become our second home.
March 2018: The last few months we have had many nice publications around the world. After a lot of office work, we now look forward to various trips for new projects. It will be a very exciting and busy year ...
Back home from Brazil
January 2018: Ingo is back from an exciting trip to the rainforest of Brazil, where he began the work for a new story. More information coming soon.
January 2018: An advertising magazine published by Gitzo for the 100th anniversary of the company, features Ingo's work. Since the beginning of his career Ingo works exclusively with Gitzo tripods.
January 2018: Ingo is back home from a trip to Switzerland. With the kind help of wildlife photographer Hansruedi Weyrich he was able to photograph bearded vultures in the snowy winter landscape.