Some impressions from Hamburg based photographer
Alexandra Klever who shares with us her favourite spots in the city…
After studying art history and architecture in Scotland and Germany, Alexandra became a freelance photographer. Her work brought her to such far-flung countries like the U.S., Argentina and Vietnam.
Alexandra’s work is focused on kids lifestyle, fashion and interior photography. She enjoys the challenge to capture that special honest moment which makes a picture worth looking at, especially when she works with children. Over the years she has worked for a variety of advertising clients including Coca Cola, BMW, Credit Suisse or Nokia, just to name a few. Her work has appeared in various well-known magazines like Stern, SZ Magazin and New York Times Magazine and she has won several awards, including two adc medals.
“I love Entenwerder Cafe, in Hamburg Rothenburgsort, 15 minutes by bike from mid-town. It is set on a pontoon and being there is like taking a small holiday!”
“Two names for design addicted: Minimarkt Interior Shop for its wonderful modern selection of Scandinavian design and Johanna Schultz Interiors, where the lovely owner sells interesting objects in a cool and special old storage building close to central station.”
“If you’re looking for an amazing selection of art and photography (and any other kind of books) Sautter & Lackmann bookstore in Neustadt is the right place. If you want just to chill and have a look over the river Elbe, no place is better than the «Park Fiction».”
One more advice from Alexandra: keep your eyes open because the street art is everywhere in the city.Photos by Alexandra Klever