Marc Schuhmann is an artist of the old school. Watching his photography enables a deep inside into the man behind his camera, his opinions and his mind. When meeting him you are able to feel his passion and creativity. Even though he is creating fashion photography, he is not considering himself as a fashion photographer in the typical sense. He is more interested in stories and personality, rather than picturing clothes. It’s his attitude considering fashion as art, that makes his photography special. Hating to carry around heavy camera equipment, he is a lover of analogue rangefinder cameras concentrating on the essential of a picture! The reduced style of his photography is the strongest way to communicate his message. At the beginning of 2010 he and his friend Joern Toellner initiated THE PHOTODIARY™, a series of photobooks about the Berlin Fashion Week. Working with photographer colleagues, designers and journalists, they created stunning insights into the world of fashion. His work was honored by several awards. Impressed by his work, we decided to host a little interview and find out more.