Stefan Fröhlich, is a Berlin based beauty and Fashion photographer. He likes to work with all sorts of people to discover new ways to express themselves via creating art together. In this editorial he submitted exclusively for us he tells us more about what inspired this particular set he shot with Klaudia Giez

Abandoned areas simply are great to spark ones creativity. You get engulfed by the drive to explore their secrets, albeit the always looming feeling of creepiness. On the other hand there’s hardly any better place where you can catch an escape from today’s hustle and bustle and a special kind of peace – the one you can only find at a site where today’s hectic pace ones ruled, too. Oh and did I mention that it’s just perfect to get naked at? This short story is an attempt to portrait these different emotions and the will to embrace every nuance of it, be it the feeling of grandeur, of its loss to time, or of loneliness – for its good and bad – in the middle of Berlin, where such a sight should not exist anymore but I’m glad it does.”

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