The pair, who are entirely self-taught, have since photographed more than 300 weddings across the globe. They got married themselves in New Zealand in 2014 – their favourite destination from their worldwide travels.
"We didn't want it to feel like work, so we decided to do it completely differently and have a really small, intimate wedding," says Carmen. "We are really lucky to travel. We have worked in some amazing locations, but the most important thing is the people we get to spend the day with and photograph."
The couple agree that working as a team gives them a huge advantage. "When we started, it wasn't typical to do full-time day coverage and come as a team, where I was with the groom and Carmen was with the bride," says Ingo. "It was happening in America, but we were among the first people in German-speaking countries to educate our clients that they wanted that.
"I've always been the technical, business side and Carmen is more creative and passionate," he adds. "She sees images in a different way."
Carmen agrees. "On the day, we always know what the other is doing," she says. "Certain things need to be covered and we don't even need to talk about it. We also shoot photo and video in parallel, which is another advantage of working together."