Gregor Hohenberg was born in Magdeburg in 1971, and now lives and works in Berlin. His images are not colorful foils, but visual short stories of lasting quality. Hohenberg focuses intently on German culture, rediscovering its inherent beauty. His unhurried, dense pictorial idiom is often marked by clear color compositions. Hohenberg has been commissioned to photograph for magazines like Elle, GQ, Architectural Digest, the New York Times Magazine or Brutus, from Japan, and he has worked for companies such as Escada, Adidas Y3 and Hugo Boss. Many of his portraits of numerous contemporary German personalities have been published on the covers of Der Spiegel, the FAZ or Zeitmagazin. Exhibitions of his works could be seen at MAK, Vienna. and the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.