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For over ten years Stills & Strokes work at the threshold between photography, moving image, illustration and graphic design. They seamlessly merge analogue and digital techniques to create surreal little worlds of their own. Combining meticulous artistry with playful experimentation and a wink of the eye, Stills & Strokes expand the possibilities of commercial product presentation and bolster it with unexpected charm. The products they portray come alive as protagonists, stills become stories. Playing with perspective, materials, arrangement, lighting, and their very own way of combining creative methods, their images remind us that things can be more than they seem.


Clients include:

Luxury and Lifestyle brands like KPM, Rosenthal, Lamy, Caparol, Siedle, Sony, BMW, MINI, Swarovski, Wempe.

Fashion Brands like Nike, Asics, Dolce & Gabbana, Wandler, Aspesi.

Beauty Brands like Diptyque, Schwarzkopf, Hourglass, Sephora, Babor, Clarins, Chanel, Klapp.

Food brands like The Jelly Bean Factory and Heineken.

Department and Concept Stores like KaDeWe Berlin, BIKINI Berlin, House of Fraser, Colette and Galeries Lafayette.

Online shops like Zalando, Mr. Porter and


International magazines like Garage Magazine, Wallpaper Magazine, Harper's Bazaar (Germany, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Singapur, Serbia, Arabia, Czechia), GQ (Germany, Italy), AD (Italy, Germany, India), Intersection Magazine (Germany and France), Flair Italy and ICON Magazine Italy pubished their images. In Germany a wide range of magazines and newspapers featured their work like Interview Magazine Germany, Numero Berlin, KaDeWe Magazin, Sleek Magazine, Fräulein, TUSH, FOCUS, Monopol, BrandEins, Kultur SPIEGEL, NEON, Nido, ZEIT, ZEIT Magazin, FAZ Quarterly and SZ Magazin. For several years they had a monthly publication in Interview Magazine Germany, GQ Italia and Zeit Newspaper.


They are teaching studio photography in the context of still life photography at the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts in Germany.


The couple is based in Berlin.