Diana Scheunemann is a Swiss/German photographer who currently lives in New York City. Her unique vision keeps her in demand for advertising and editorial campaigns, and has led her to be commissioned by celebrities across the world. She has concurrently spent over a decade travelling and capturing the personal scenes from her life with provocative honesty. Citing her "exotic and, at times, extreme lifestyle" as an influence for her work, she remains hungry for new directions and projects.

Since 1999 she has undertaken the photo-diary project Behind My Face, which aims to document every day of her life through self-portraiture. In 2010 she made the transition to moving picture with Love American Skin, a feature-length documentary art film. The film explores her autobiographical inclinations whilst examining her passions for personal freedom and humanity through a series of unflinching interviews with strangers she met during two months on the road.

To date, her photographs have been published in leading magazines from the USA, UK, Germany, Italy, France and Switzerland, including Vogue, Elle, Playboy, Arena, and GQ. Her personal work has been published in four separate monographs: Ambisexual (2001, Vision On, ISBN 1903399467), Diana Scheunemann (2005, Damiani Editore, ISBN 8889431148), Freedom In Flashes (2007, Honigherz, ISBN 9783033011748), and Love American Skin (2013, Drive By Shoot, ISBN 9781628473025).