Diana has always been a storyteller at heart. In her 'former' life back in Germany she used to direct TV shows and documentaries. Moving to Los Angeles allowed her to re-invent herself as a lifestyle and portrait photographer. The transition was a natural extension of a passion that had always been a big part of her life - she grew up watching her father developing photos in the family's bathroom. As a child she would spend hours and hours going through family photo albums.
A background in filmmaking gives Diana’s portraits a unique twist. Her photo shoots are rarely static and her images are infused with light and intimacy. Diana knows when to pull back and let her subjects tell a story and when to come close and capture raw emotion. As a patient observer who is open to the unique process that each session requires, Diana’s goal is to allow her subjects to show their authentic selves.
Diana has always been passionate about street photography. Her latest project documents the resilience and courage of her adopted hometown. "Until Further Notice - Angelenos Under The Lens" is a look at how Angelenos deal with a life during a pandemic.
American Photography Open 2022
AI-AP American Photography 38 2022
Second Place Category Lifestyle, American Photographic Artists 2022
Second Place Documentary / Photojournalism, American Photographic Artists 2022
Nominee at the 15th Annual International Color Awards 2022
Second Place Documentary Family Awards 2022
Finalist Documentary Family Awards 2022
Something Personal, American Photographic Artists 2021
American Photography Open 2021
Off The Clock, American Photographic Artists 2021
Finalist Documentary Family Awards 2021
AI-AP American Photography 37 2021
AI-AP American Photography 36 2020
Portrait of Humanity, British Journal of Photography 2020
#ICPconcerned, International Center of Photography 2020
Off The Clock, American Photographic Artists 2020
Finalist Documentary Family Awards 2020
Voice Magazine Image Collection 2019
Untitled 2019, American Photographic Artists 2019
Off The Clock, American Photographic Artists 2017