At his day job, he’s the Vice President of Corporate Communication at BSH, but in his free time he is a conflict and war photographer.
When his family history and personal experience drew him closer to the medical sector, Johannes Müller discovered another calling: Preserving the war-like scenes in hospitals during the outbreak of Covid-19.
Jo Müller is used to going where it hurts. He regularly photographs the frontlines of Afghanistan, Mali, and Iraq, where he voluntarily spends his ‘vacations’. When he chose to document the battles healthcare professionals face every day, he was not only inspired by the parallels he saw between the two fields — it was also a matter of highest personal interest for him. His grandmother worked as a nurse, his mother as a doctor, and he has already been hospitalized countless times in his life. For this project, he spent several days at a hospital and captured the efforts of the “infection warriors.”