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Heike Röttger

Photography
Laminated on Dibond - in black American box
57 x 57 cm

BothBallade
on the Esplanade de la Défense Looking up Love of shapes, colours, contrasts Life thus becomes an abstraction
Heike Röttger
Born in Köln (Germany), Heike has been living in Paris for about thirty years, always keeping a curious and astonished look on this city, its streets, its people. Her creativity is inspired by what surrounds her in everyday life. "We don't need to travel to the end of the world... So many things, so many people, so many situations in our daily life are so extraordinary, surprising and photogenic! Nothing is trivial. It all depends on what angle you look at it and capture it." Since 1985, Heike has been working as a freelance graphic designer, putting his creativity to work for companies, agencies and associations in the development of their visual communication.
"I'm so lucky to love my job."
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BothHeike Röttger PhotographyLaminated on Dibond - in black American box57 x 57 cmBothBalladeon the Esplanade de la Défense Looking up Love of shapes, colours, contrasts Life thus becomes an abstraction Heike Röttger Born in Köln (Germany), Heike has been living in Paris for about thirty years, always keeping a curious and astonished look on this city, its streets, its people. Her creativity is inspired by what surrounds her in everyday life. "We don't need to travel to the end of the world... So many things, so many people, so many situations in our daily life are so extraordinary, surprising and photogenic! Nothing is trivial. It all depends on what angle you look at it and capture it." Since 1985, Heike has been working as a freelance graphic designer, putting his creativity to work for companies, agencies and associations in the development of their visual communication. "I'm so lucky to love my job."

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