Alpine Strukturen by Ingo Rasp
I was blown away when I first saw Ingo Rasp’s photography. He is clearly incredibly passionate, motivated and has a great eye for unusual details. After working together on a translation for a project about mountaineering, I was delighted when Ingo got in touch again about his latest project. He asked me to come on board to work on editing some previously-translated texts as part of the second edition of Alpine Strukturen. The texts already had a very clear style of expression so my task was just to clear up a few minor ambiguities and ensure his clear style extended throughout the text.
One of the key themes in this project was the changing landscapes of alpine areas, something which I have experienced first hand when climbing in the Alps, seeing how rapidly the glaciers are retreating there. It was an absolute honour to work with Ingo Rasp and be a small part of this incredible project. I’m looking forward to working together again at the next opportunity.
Why not check out his website and take a peek at his breath-taking photography?