studied art history education in preparation for work as an educator. Following her thesis on aspects of time and space presentation in photography, she decided to become a photographer. With her insightful vision, she found early success in that career.
Klaus-Peter Wolf: began making photos for school publications and daily newspapers as a youth. In the years 1980 to 1983, his slide programs about the Phillipines, Thailand, Burma, Kashmir, and Ladakw were among the first such programs presented at the Deutschen Museum (German Museum) in Munich. Though already rather successful as a photographer and the recipient of several awards, he decided to pursue the study of law before finally devoting himself to photography.
Birgit Koch und Klaus-Peter Wolf live in Munich, together with their two small sons. They met 12 years ago by chance after both had received assignments for the same issue of a Swiss monthly magazine. As devoted nature photographers, they have made joint photo trips to Africa, India, North and South America -- among other locations."