Juergen Teller  

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Juergen Teller (born 1964, Erlangen, Germany) is a German fashion photographer, based in England.

He came to London from Germany in 1986. He initially photographed celebrities, and then quickly graduated to shoots for youth style magazines such as The Face and i-D. He is regarded as one of the most influential of contemporary fashion photographers.

He has shot all of the advertisements for Marc Jacobs's clothing line, and (as of Sept 2005) the last two seasons of advertising campaigns for Yves Saint Laurent.

Teller has made several short films including, "Can I Own Myself," in 1998, which featured fashion icon Kate Moss.

He is known for using a simple point and shoot camera.

He is married to art dealer Sadie Coles

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