Guido Krueger is an award-winning photo­grapher, avid blogger and best-selling book author, specializing in documentary photography and visual story telling. His pictures are honest, accurate and comprehensive and combine thoughtful image composition with significant content.

"As a photographer who often focuses on long-term projects and difficult subject matters, my work relies on openness and mutual respect. I prefer a minimalist style and my choice of equipment allows me to work unobtrusively and with little overhead. I have documented artists and workers, and people like you and me. I have photographed cities and landscapes, development projects and demolition efforts. I portrayed the young and the strong, the elderly and the ill. In the tradition of classic documentary photography, I usually pursue to publish my work, either online, in magazines or in books. I welcome inquiries and suggestions, and if time and circumstances allow, I'll be happy to take assignments and commissions."

Guido is a member of the National Press Photo­graphers Association and a juried-in Artist of the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria, VA. He holds degrees in Com­puter Science and has received his pri­mary photo­graphic edu­cation at the New York Institute of Photo­graphy. With roots in Hamburg and Washington, D.C., Guido currently lives in Berlin.

This website is a small collection of Guido's photographs and many of the pictures can be purchased online as hand-made, beautiful fine art prints. Browse the galleries to get an overall idea of his work and make sure to see his Weblog for recent updates or follow his Twitter Channel @GuidoKrueger. More pictures can be seen on either of Guido's former weblogs, Potomac Adventures and Brobo Photo. For additional information, see his personal web site ​www.​gkrueger.​info or his latest book at ​www.​javabuch.​de. Guido can be reached using the contact form.