Ron Geipel is a self-taught artist born and raised in Berlin.
During the 90s, Ron's camera became an extension of himself, enabling him to develop his skills and vision as a photographer. He presented his works at various events and displayed the visuals with modified slide projectors.
In 2002, he began to focus on moving images, which led him to found his own motion design studio.
In 2014, he returned to analog photography and combined it with his revived interest in the usage of microorganisms.
“Photographs Modified by Bacteria" by Ron Geipel shows the symbiosis of analog photography and organic structures made from microorganisms.
The project deals with themes such as life, metamorphosis, creativity, and the process of obliteration.