Über mich

My name is Andreas Schüle, and I am a photographer from Leipzig, Germany. My work is about seeing the unseen. Photography, to me, is a way of slowing the world down, of giving the moment time to unfold. At the same time photography transcends that moment and captures signals of what's beyond – signals of hope and despair, of meaning and void. Sometimes, these signals come from the leftovers of human civilization – lost places and abandoned people. But I am also drawn to natural formations that convey a sense of unfulfilled sacredness.