Gisela Floto’s central themes are man, nature and the environment and ever more portraits of the worlds of women. She started working as a photojournalist in London and Paris. Between 1989 and 1991 she worked for various magazines including Time, Gourmet, and Country, type and Architektur & Wohnen. Her work Brigitte has taken her to Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Fiji and Tonga. From 1991 followed projects in conceptual photography: Garden Theme in Spain, Austria and Germany, report about a German biologist in Vietnam (Savior of Gold monkey), a social project in Mali and a formed therefrom calendar, Minenräumerin Vera Bohle in Bosnia, and aerial photography in Pakistan, Syria and Germany. From 1993 to 1995 she was exhibition manager for the Museum of Photography at the Museum of Arts and Crafts in Hamburg. From 1995 till 2005 she lectured in photojournalism at the University of Hamburg, Department of Journalism. Since then she has worked as a freelance photographer and lives in Hamburg.