As we see the classical Portrait as a little boring, we love to experiment with different styles.
Here we show some of our Themes in short galleries …


I’m not only passionate “behind” the camera, but I also like to be “in Front” of the Camera!
And because we needed some “Models” for our beginning, I’m happy to show here some pictures of myself.
This shows also my personality: open-minded and diverse, …

Blue Bonnet time in Texas

It’s Spring and time for photos in the nice Blue Bonnets.
So as Texan Girl, you have to take pictures in the meadows.
White on Blue is a perfect combination!


Vintage is in!
Photos in old fashioned style bring back the vibes of the beginnings of photography,
and portraits in this style have a very special charm

taken by: @andree.kuehne_atx
model: @celina_marie_kuehne
taken on 02/05/2023

The Devil wears Prada…

At the lonesome Prada Store near Marfa in western TX, we took some Fashion like pictures.
No, it is not the devil, and the clothes are is not really Prada (just remembering the movie), but they look very glamorous 🙂

Wanne be a Cowgirl

If you live in Texas,
there is no way out:
You have to be a Cowgirl !

White on White

During a snowy day, we thought about trying some Head Shots in White on White…
The results are astonishing!

Rebel Girl

Not all girls wanna be a princess,
some are born to be wild 😉

Ballet Folklorico

Ballet Folklorico is a part of my life since I’m in High school.
I love the colors, the dresses, and the movement pictures…


Greenhouse Vibes…

Missing Summer?
Let’s go to a Greenhouse,
use some Plants or Flowers,
and voila:
Summer vibes!

taken by: @andree.kuehne_atx
model: @andree.kuehne_atx
taken on 02/04/2023


Photos taken in a dark room
with only one spot light

taken by: @andree.kuehne_atx
model: @andree.kuehne_atx
taken on 02/04/2023


After trying White-on-White, we started experimenting with Black-on-Black.


White-on-White photography.
It’s a very smart way to show someone in a totally different “light”


These pictures were taken totally unplanned on a warm Sunday evening at our favorite location at Lake Travis.
We had a lot of fun while “playing” around. These pictures were not taken with special lightning or equipment, just a camera with a flash and a naturally dark background.
But finally, the middle picture on top won a Silver Award in a Texas-wide Contest where the photos were submitted with the title “Depression.”