What goes through a man‘s head after sitting innocently on death row for twenty-three years and has been dubbed a monster for over half his life? How does a woman cope with the idea of surviving a major catastrophe like a miracle? Isn‘t it possible that the man with the tattooed face could be a kindergarten teacher?
Sandra Buehler (l), half Swiss, half Seychellois. She loves exploring the diversity the world has to offer, prefers warm climates, palm trees, beaches, and the ocean. She has a deep appreciation for cuisine, but fish won,t ever be allowed on her plate – she would rather observe these while snorkeling. She likes the quiet but is addicted to music and sings at the top of her lungs under the shower and loves to hit piano keys as powerfully as she hits the ball while playing tennis or as intensely as she uses her hands to gesticulate when she tells stories of her many adventures. She,s diverse, spontaneous, crazy, open for anything and a bit chaotic at times but always focused. She takes photos, produces videos and does graphic design on the side – as long as what she does is creative, she’s happy.
Sandra Schmid (r), loves travelling and diving into new cultures, new cuisines and into the ocean every so often. She’s a perfectionist when it comes to work and is fascinated by beautiful things – art, design, photography, and film. She’s got a sixth sense for small details in her work as a television video editor or as a freelance graphic designer. She has many ideas and dreams and would love to achieve everything all at once. She loves numbers and grammar as much as she loves nonsense. Unforced, adventurous, passionate, funny and spontaneous is how life should be and, of course, some sadness has to be part of it as well. Letting it all go, dancing, being free and sharing life with others are the best things life has to offer.