Founded in 2010, Meier und Mueller specialize in producing contemporary fine-art photography books that push the envelope. We believe that photography books need to reflect their contents and their artists' vision, both in quality and design.

Each photo book deserves to be printed and produced well. Photography is a form of art, and there is no reason why a photography book cannot also be an art object itself. That is why our books are produced using a very deliberate editing and design process that involves the photographer, editor, and two publishers as equal partners.

For us, a photo book is more than a collection of photographs in simple book form. Whatever a body of images needs so that it can speak with its own, clear voice, at Meier und Mueller we will work towards giving it a shape.

At Meier und Mueller, every book will be different.


Andrés Marroquín Winkelmann was born in Peru and now resides in Germany. He studied Science of Communication at the “Universidad de Lima” (2000-2003). In 2005 he started his photography studies at the FAS, Fotografie am Schiffbauerdamm in Berlin and he continued his career at the Ostkreuzschule für Fotografie und Gestaltung, graduating in 2009. 

Andrés’ work has been invited to numerous group and solo exhibitions around the world, including 06. Berliner Kunstsaloon, Kunst.Licht Gallery in Shanghai, Italian Photofestival of Savignano, F-Stop Festival in Leipzig, Darmstädter Tage der Fotografie and Fotosommer Stuttgart 2010. 

Jörg M. Colberg was born in Germany and now lives in the United States. Jörg is the founder and editor of Conscientious, a widely read website dedicated to contemporary fine-art photography. After working as a research scientist (astronomy) from 2002 until 2010, he is now a faculty member of the Hartford Art School Limited Residency MFA Program. 

In addition, Jörg is a writer, photographer and photography consultant, having contributed to Creative Review, American Photo, Foam Magazine, Orion Magazine, Nieman Reports, Yvi Magazine, and Chinese Photography Magazine. What is more, he contributed introductory essays to monographs by photographers Hellen van Meene, Greg Girard, and Andrés Marroquín Winkelmann.

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