After two and a half years with international marketing and p.r. agency Burson-Marsteller, today is my last day in the Crossmedia team in Bern.
Sometimes, there's more to a picture than meets the eye, and the natural surroundings need a little help. Whilst I do my best to eliminate fakery in my landscape and architectural photography, sometimes a little patience, lateral thinking and light use of Photoshop can work wonders.
Now that the spring is here once more, I'm looking for volunteers for my photo series "One Frame Movie".
I am now writing articles and sharing my photos on the new Best of Switzerland blog, set up and run by international hotel chain Best Western.
Any photographer offering free photos should have a good reason for doing so. This is why I've chosen to make a large portion of my photographic archive available.
The church of St. Michael, on the private ground of the Didlington Hall estate, west of Swaffham in Norfolk, England.
The crushing disappointment of the new microsite for the British Royal Wedding is a shameful excuse of a website, which could so easily have been so much better.