Ute Mahler is a professional photographer, who was born in 1949 in Berka, Thuringia and currently based in Hamburg and Lehnitz, near Berlin. She completed her studies at the School for Graphic and Book Arts in Leipzig in 1974. Ute has been a professor at the University of Applied Sciences in Hamburg since 2000. After the collapse of the Berlin Wall, she and other chroniclers of life in the East founded Ostkreuz, the successful photographers’ agency. Ute Mahler’s explicitly humanist view of the world defines her work as both an artist and as a fashion and portrait photographer for magazines.
Beautiful natural landscapes by Stephen Shelesky, a talented photographer, and traveler from Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Expressive documentary-style portraits of children from the countryside, streets and suburbs of Dhaka and Bangladesh.