"I'm burning for what I believe in."

       Video still from ABUSUS               Portrait of the Dalai Lama for the epd                 Bookcover GEISTREICH



Nicole Frohne is a trained photographer and has completed her photographer's degree and the Technical school of Art and Design as one of the year's best by creativity and fun in the matter. Early on, she worked independently and took on large orders. Prior to her education, she assisted fashion and art photographer in Düsseldorf and Berlin and went to school during a study exchange in Los Angeles. She also worked at the Westdeutsche Zeitung. Following her photography-education, Frohne moved to Australia, where in 2000 she worked as the only photographer for the Second German Television station during the Olympic Games in Sydney. Her task was to portray the athletes and stars. She stayed then longer in Australia and and after that time she traveled extensively through Asia. Nicole Frohne was self-employed as photographer in Münster for six years and was allowed to portray the Dalai Lama for the epd and assist the world-renowned photographer, Thomas Wrede. With her exhibitions "ABUSUS - raped and abused" and "THE ETERNAL-FEMALE" she celebrated great successes. After the birth of her son in 2011, Frohne took a break from work. However, after moving to the Lower Rhine area in 2016, she published her first book "GEISTREICH - Living with the Paranormal". The project continued to develop and it now includes three photo series, her second book "ZEITGEIST - Messages from MacKenzie's mausoleum and the influence of dark energies" and her new book "FREIGEIST - About the conversation with the dead and the light of God".

"I dive into every project completely and I do not want to please everyone."