Closely interwoven with this activity is Susanna Kraus’s work as an artist. 25 years of experience in drama, performative art, scenography and directing, together with a pure focus on the analogue medium IMAGO Camera, are the basis of her singular and varied work. One of her leitmotifs is the portrayal of various social groups and subcultures. In the experimental application of the analogous techniques available to her, Susanna Kraus works out the essence of personalities.
Alex Grennigloh studied at the Ostkreuz School of Photography in Berlin. Since 2014 he has been a part of IMAGO, he takes over Portrait Sessions and supports Susanna Kraus in major shootings. Alexander accompanied Susanna and the IMAGO Fotour to China where he was responsible for the Portrait Sessions. In addition to working at IMAGO, he works as a freelance photographer and artist.
Born in Frankfurt an der Oder, he went to Berlin to study at the Ostkreuzschule and to Leipzig for the Academy of Visual Arts. In 2015, when the IMAGO Fotour was set up in the Leipzig spinning mill, he joined our team and quickly became involved in the special IMAGO photography.
Ann Katrin Warter studied at the Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie in Berlin with Ute and Werner Mahler, Jonas Maron and Sibylle Fendt. She has been part of the IMAGO team since 2017. In addition to assisting with portrait appointments, she also looks after the digitization and visualization of IMAGO content.
Moritz Woll lives and works as a photographer and graphic designer in
Berlin and studied photography at the Design Academy. His work for IMAGO includes the design of advertising presentations and print products, as well as photography assistance.
and assists with events.