As an artist, Stephen has worked with internationally renowned artists such as James Turrell, Franz Gertsch, Franz Stahler, Marshall Hutson, Gerd Kever and Patrick Bradfield. Educated in England, he studied Photography and Art in Brighton. He was made a Licentiate of the Royal Photographic Society in 2002 and a Fellow in 2004. He worked as a combat cameraman covering the wars of independence in central Africa. He covered the air relief of Srebrenica in 1995, and the relief of Sarajevo in 1996. His influences are firmly aligned to the avant-garde and in particular to the work of Alexander Rodchenko, Man Ray and the Czech avant-garde photographer Jaroslav Rossler. Stephen has worked as the UCC University Cameraman since 1999, and teaches photography through the UCC Centre for Adult Continuing Education.
Christian Waeber moved from Boston to UCC in early 2013.Over the last 20 years, Christian has combined his work as medical researcher with a career in fine art photography. As a photographer, he is particularly interested in night and architecture photography, as well as the human body. As a scientist, his main area is brain research and the interactions of blood vessels with brain tissue.