there was a Doctor Moustache at a conference in Berlin. One beautiful afternoon he walked past the shop window of a camera shop and saw HER. The best camera in the hands of the most beautiful girl in the shop. "Is it any good?" he asked her, pointing at the camera. She said "It's great" and beamed at him. They looked deep into each other's eyes and held the focus. The rest is history. She fell in love with his moustache (Schnurrbart in German) and became his moustachess (Schnurrberta). He fell in love with her camera and now carries it everywhere for her. And if they didn't die, they still photograph today; no longer solo, but as a team.
We - the team moustache or Team Schnurrbart - look forward to getting to know you and your unique story, and will gladly accompany you creatively and professionally, with charm, good cameras and - if you like - two moustaches.
Hello, I am Friedemann, your wedding photographer with a moustache and doctorate. Specializing in wedding reportages, I combine the precision of a scientist with the attention of a reportage photographer to capture the special moment. I love to get to know people and their stories and as a perceptive person I quickly know what you like and how you like to be photographed. So it's easy for me to tell the story of your love the way it really is: 100% you.
Hi, I am Miriam a.k.a. Schnurrberta. As a documentary filmmaker I am used to putting personal stories in the right light. I will notice the little things at your special day and I will add that certain bit of dynamic to your pictures. On top of that I can give you many tips and tricks how to pose advantageously while still looking natural during your couple shoot and in portrait situations. And should a double chin or a flying hair ever sneak itself into one of your pictures, I am your expert for image editing and all your retouching wishes.
Four Double Doors to Dublin
To move, to breathe, to fly, to float,
To gain all while you give,
To roam the roads of lands remote,
To travel is to live.
- by Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875)
Shown at the Kunstroute of the Le Tour Belgique 2017 in Cologne, Germany.