Music is a huge part of my life and my work as a professional photographer. That’s why I’m excited to share with you two playlists that I’ve curated on Spotify: one featuring a collection of music that has influenced me throughout my life, and another filled with energizing progressive techno tracks that keep me in the zone during my photoshoots.

The first playlist, titled „Studio Kliewer“, can be found at the following URL: It’s a tribute to the artists and songs that have helped shape me into the person I am today. Whether you’re in the mood for some nostalgic tunes or you’re looking for new music to discover, I hope this playlist will give you a listening pleasure and a glimpse into what makes me tick.

The second playlist, titled „Studio Kliewer // Electronica“, can be found at the following URL: This playlist is a collection of mostly progressive techno tracks that energize my workflow and keep me focused during long photoshoots. As a lover of techno music, I find that the driving beats and hypnotic rhythms of this genre help me stay in the zone and produce my best work. Whether you’re a fan of techno music or you’re looking for some high-energy tracks to get you through your day, I think you’ll find something to enjoy in this playlist.

I created these playlists not only to share my love of music with others, but also to strengthen the brand of Kliewer Photography. Music is an integral part of my life and my work, and I want to share that passion with my clients and followers. Whether you’re getting married or looking for family portraits, I believe that the right music can help create the perfect atmosphere and capture the essence of your special moments.

So why should you tune in to these playlists? Because they’re not just about the music, but also about the personal connection and inspiration behind it. Whether you’re a long-time client of mine or just stumbled upon my website, I hope these playlists will give you a glimpse into my world and inspire you to pursue your own passions.

Thank you for tuning in, and I can’t wait to hear what you think of the playlists!