stéphanie friedli   photographe
Swiss. Born in 1973. Photographer. Living in Neuchâtel (Switzerland).


Illustration for articles, posters, and flyers, portraits, CD covers, book covers, shots of everyday objects and luxury items, packshot for catalogs and other mandates.

Always on the look-out for new photographic challenges, she would be happy to meet and work with you! Contact: +41 78 790 12 02 or



Following a 5 year period as teacher in the early 90's, she pursued her passion for photography and started her career as a professional photographer in the press and publicity section of the weekly newspaper « Biel/Bienne » in 1998.

In 1999 she successfully competed for the Anderfhuren scholarship and was awarded her own workshop in Brussels for six months. During this period she realized her « Anima » project, a series in black and white built around the world of contemporary dance. She settles in Belgium


In the following 14 years she exhibited her work of intimate series in color as well as in black and white at several famous venues, such as ISELP in Brussels, the Photography Museum of Charleroi, the Cultural Center Jacques Franck in Brussels, la Villette in Paris and at the Photoforum Pasquart in Bienne (Switzerland).

Passionate about all picture technology she financed her artistic photography as stage manager on film shoots, which include about 30 feature films, commercials and TV.

Since her return to Switzerland in 2013 she is currently working for and took a first step into the watchmaking industry for Plaque 2001 Ltd. The musical ensemble « Le Moment Baroque » is one of her current clients.


She received several prizes for her acclaimed « feminine and fragile » series at number of cultural events.  She was awarded the « Prix Hamesse » (Brussels), the « Prix du Patrimoine » of the Photography Museum of Charleroi (Charleroi) and the « Prix Winterkleuren » (Brussels).

The « Photoforum  Pasquart» (Switzerland) aquires a selection of her pieces to complement its collection. Her work was supported by the COCOF (French Community Committee of Belgium)