"Photography gives you the opportunity to use your sensibility and everything you are to say something about and be part of the world around you. In this way, you might discover who you are, and with a little luck, you might discover something much larger than yourself."
For me, every photograph is a portrait of the wholeness ( body, mind and spirit ); You're photographing a relationship with the person/ object you're shooting; there's an exchange, and that's what that picture is."
Born and raised in Northern Germany, from a very early age on, Inga had been fascinated by photography as a tool to express how SHE experienced and saw the world around her.
Ingas Career started in Fashion PR, where she got to meet many professional Photographers from around the world and learn by observing their work.
When she later moved to New York, she went onto a quest to find herself and dove deep into Yogic Science & Technology, ancient soul healing and Meditation. Through connecting to her true purpose, she picked up the camera again and has been photographing professionally ever since.
One of her most loved projects was the exhibition of "Our Faces" in Chicago, in Cooperation with the Fostercare/Orphan Alliance of the Midwest.
Focusing on the eyes / face of every individual child, the exhibit would also portrait a short interview with and painting from them. For Inga it was the trifold look into their essence/ soul. Through the eyes. Through the written interview and trough their artistic expression.
She serves a variety of clients -
Corporate & Private.
Capturing the essence and spirit in everything she photographs has become her signature.
"There is nothing outside of us. It is all in us."
What Clients Are Saying
Mariana Salinas PhD.
Founder Sadhana Works
"Inga is a light seeker in her life and also in her work. Her camera is an extension of her soul; it highlights with grace and awe the perfect balance of light and shadow in the beauty and magic of creation.
I am forever grateful to her talent and deep commitment to her work."
"I met Inga through a project she was working on in collabaration with
Garden Collage Magazine in NYC.
After the story got published I was deeply touched by the way she could not just use language to describe the spirit of Madoo, but also the way she could capture the essence and soul of Madoo Gardens - the way she could deeply relate and portrait plants, landscapes and people - everything she saw. So she became my go to photographer here in the Hamptons and NY.
She is such a gifted and radiant soul with an enormous talent. We truly miss her & her work out east."
The Madoo Conservancy / Robert Dash