Fiona Struengmann is a versatile artist with a restrained design aesthetic that is best represented in her photographic works and drawings on paper. From afar, her photography reads more as drawings; her pointillistic drawings as photography. Up close, one can’t help feeling the patience, and passage of time, represented in the creation of her work. The repetitive dotting of her drawings combined with her journies to places unfettered by humanity, are represented by works that are meditative reminders of our place in the natural world. Struengmann is a graduate of Parsons the New School for Design with a BFA in Photography / Design and often sought out for her creative direction and periodically consults in fashion, film and architecture. In 2013 she moved her creative studio from New York to Germany and lives / works between Munich and Berlin.