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Hi, we are Anna and Robin and we currently live in northern Switzerland. We share – among many other things – a fascination for photographing landscapes, animals and plants of this world. Besides our personal projects, which take us across the European continent, mainly, we also love to photograph all kinds of nature-related events. On the one hand, we always struggled to specialize in a more specific discipline within the field. On the other hand, we prefer not to label our work as plain «nature photography» and much prefer the term «biosphere photography». We invite you to click through our webpage in order to find out what the heck we mean by that.


Robin Hill

When I was a kid, I always felt the strong urge to capture the biodiversity I encountered. For instance, I kept every dead insect I found and pinned them on a plate of cork. In combination with various botanicals, shells, sea urchins and fossils, they added up to a considerable collection of natural items. When I discovered photography at age 12, a new tool was embraced to capture living beings I encountered around me. Inspired by photographic reports and TV documentations featured by iconic institutions such as "National Geographic", nowadays, photography is not as much a way of "collecting" for me anymore, but a mean to document complex ecosystems and its inhabitants. In doing so, I find it hard to only focus on either animals, plants or landscapes as I see all of these components as an inextricable whole, only making sense when looked at in relation to each other. Trying to portrait this complex web is my passion.

Anna Buser

Animals have always played an important role in my life. Be it Switzerland, Portugal or Tanzania - during my childhood and adolescence they were always an integral part of my every-day life and they have fuelled my fascination for all the living beings that share the planet with us. Through the lens I started to discover what other wonderful creatures share our living space and since love to capture their secret beauty. I especially like to zoom into the hidden worlds that lie at our feet. Secretive Beetles, spiders, butter- and dragonflies - the ever-so near-by diversity which is too often overlooked, is truly amazing! During my time at University, where I engaged in Environmental Studies combined with a variety of Humanities, I strengthened eye and conciousness for the influence of our own species on the surrounding environment. For me, sustainability and environmental awareness implicate unquestionable values I seek to live after every day.



Klimaplattform Küttigen (2023)

CEA Lab ETH Zurich (2022-2023)

NV Küttigen-Rombach (2022)

BirdLife Aargau (2021-2023)

Zirkular GmbH (2021)

Les Gamines (2021)

denkstatt/insitu (2018 - 2022)

Kantensprung AG (2020)



Nikon D850

Nikon D500

Nikon D7200 (Underwater)

NIKKOR AF-S DX 18-140mm F3.5-5.6 G ED VR

NIKKOR 14–24 mm 1:2,8G ED

NIKKOR AF-S DX 40mm Micro F2.8 G


SIGMA 150-600mm F5-6,3 DG OS HSM Contemp.

SIGMA 18-35mm F1,8 DC HSM Art


TAMRON SP F017 90 mm f/2.8 Di Macro VC USD


IKELITE 200FL Underwater TTL Housing (D7200)


Milan 2/2021 - BirdLife Aargau
"Ein Paradies für die Künstlerinnen der Lüfte" - Article about dragonflies in the small nature reserve Eriwis in the Swiss canton of Aargau

Milan 3/2021 - BirdLife Aargau

"Der Wald ist ein Organismus!" - Article about sustainable forestry in the Swiss canton of Aargau

Milan 4/2021 - BirdLife Aargau

"Die heimlichste Schlange im Aargau" - Article about a snake monitoring project

Milan 3/2022 - BirdLife Aargau

"Setzlingsmarkt Küttigen" - Article about a seednling market in Küttigen Aargau

Contact us

Basecamps : Aarau & Basel

Contact : contact form
Email : buserhillphoto(at)

Instagram : @buserhillphotography


SPC Photo Award Exhibition
Galerie Katapult, Basel
3. - 12. September - 2020

Pro Natura "Wilderness" Exhibition

Different Conservation Centres (CH)



SPC Photo Award

Basel - 2020

1st rank in public voting category:

"Double Take"

SPC Photo Award

Basel - 2020

3rd rank in public voting category:

"Glowing Reef Squid, Mozambique"

Pro Natura "Wilderness" Award

Switzerland - 2021

"Short list" ranks 4 to 10


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