Schlegelmilch Photography, Frankfurt, Germany. Structuring the analoge archive and project leader of the digital archive. Leading position in scanning, image-editing and captioning, website-usability and final artwork. Implementation of a Tango drumscanner in a calibrated color management inviroment to perform highest image quality claims. Switch to digital photography, by pioneering an F1-RAW-Workflow
with Capture One’s image editing software in 2005. In charge of many different photo expositions, book- and calendar-projects for Rainer Schlegelmilch. Beyond that, leading position in the key aspects of
image editing and processing, final artwork and printing approval for publishers, such as Tandem, teNeues, F1’s FOM or the ZüriRing.
Dottenfelderhof, Bad Vilbel, Germany. Agriculture School, seasonal course. Insight view into biodynamics.
Scantype, pre-press studio, Offenbach, Germany. Mainly responsible for scanning, image editing, typography, graphics, final artwork, exposure to film, proofs and care of the intalled Macs.
Liebchen+Liebchen, ad agency, Frankfurt, Germany. Mainly responsible for image editing and final artwork.
DTP-Academy, Neu Isenburg, Germany. Six months professional training on Apple Macintosh, including Quark XPress, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe Photoshop software.
Media Designer at Gerlach+Gross, pre-press studio, Frankfurt, Germany. Scanning and exposure to film on drum-scanners Dainippon Screen 818 and 737. Image editing and composing on an Alpha Oris System and on Apple Macintosh.
Field service representative at Casa Pappamikaíl & Gestetner Lda., Lisbon and Porto, Portugal.
Steiner School, Class 12 graduation and GCSE, Heidenheim, Germany. German School, Estoril and Lisbon, Portugal.
Rainer W. Schlegelmilch, Jochen Dietz, Ed Catmull,
Jessica Hische, Tim Brown.
Concept, design and implementation