Athena Carey

Athena Carey is a fine art photographer living in Geneva Switzerland. Her interest in photography was sparked at age nine, when her parents sent her abroad to visit her godparents with a small point & shoot camera. In the many years since then, she has moved on through many cameras, various photographic genres, and different…

Olivier Föllmi

Olivier Föllmi is a French-Swiss photographer born in 1958 in Saint-Julien-en-Genevois. He’s particularly known for his pictures of the Himalayas, especially Zanzkar, Tibet and its people. He married Danielle Föllmi in 1984, with whom he adopted two Tibetan and two Zanskaris children. Having received a travel scholarship, went to Afghanistan at age 17. A year…

Gérard Musy

Born in Switzerland in 1959, Gérard Musy received in 1986 his bachelor’s degree for an art history thesis on photographer Robert Frank. He currently lives in Paris working on commercial and personal projects. His clients include Armani, Paco Rabanne and other fashion labels, and his work is published in international magazines such as Vanity Fair,…

Steeve Iunker

Press photographer (he works part-time for a daily newspaper), Steeve Iunker tirelessly questions the role(s) of photography and of the image in the fields of information and documentary today in a radical and political way. What’s the point of being aware of everything happening in the world – at least potentially – when we like…

Christian Coigny

Born in 1946, Christian Coigny spent his youth in Lausanne. At 20, he briefly attended the Vevey School of Photography, where he primarily studied graphic design and composition. His burning desire to test himself in the trade led him to San Francisco, where he stayed for five years. With a meagre portfolio thus far, he…

CHRISTIAN TAGLIAVINI

Swiss-Italian, born in 1971, educated in Italy and Switzerland, where he lives and works as a photographer. This provides him the perfect frame and background to invent, create and totally produce images that blend fine arts and craftsmanship. No, not simply images, as Christian Tagliavini loves designing stories with open endings (requiring observer’s complicity) on…