Stefan Rappo takes pictures of emotions. He creates refined and underlined restrained images, devoid of excessive decorations and complex productions. The photographer tries to make the frames natural and informative, like small stories. The most striking in them is calmness and serenity. The viewer, although at a distance, is imbued with the intimacy of the performance.
At the age of 30, Stefan Rappo left Switzerland, left the position of designer and designer of heavy forestry equipment, moved to the south of France and began attending the photo school in Toulouse. He believes that the ability to take pictures is mainly due to the fact that he himself has filmed a lot. Rappo admits that he made major mistakes, and the photos did turn out badly. But every time he tried to do his job better. In this he helped cooperation with recognized industry professionals. Stefan moved to Paris and worked as an assistant with Camilla Akrans and Bruno Aveillan, and then with Peter Lindbergh himself. Cooperation with the latter lasted more than five years. In parallel Rappo was engaged in personal projects, including staging cinematographic photo stories, projects in the nude genre, as well as commercial works.
Nude photos of Stefan Rappo as a silent and poetic chanting of women, portraits are expressive and natural, and photo stories are cinematic and informative as short films.