On the web site of Swissinfo from July 9th, 2023, you can look at the portraits of Stuart Russell, a British computer scientist known for his contributions to artificial intelligence (AI), shot in Geneva, Switzerland.
On the latest issue (17th February 2023) of Le Temps, you can look at the portrait I took of Luisa Lambertini, the new rector at USI (Università della Svizzera italiana)”.
On the 19th November 2021, you can look at my pictures about Manuela Peduzzi, a security agent, in Work.
On the latest issue (September 15th, 2021) of Blick, you can look at my portrait of Chris McSorley,the head coach of HC Lugano.
On the issue (July 2021) of Ville de Genève, you can look at my pictures shot in 1997 on the first gay pride parade in Geneva, Switzerland.
On pages 18 Der (June 17th, 2020) of Le Temps, you can look at my portait from Riccardo Lisi shot at la rada, in Locarno, Canton Ticino, Switzerland.
On pages 20 Der (June 5th, 2020) of Le Temps, you can look at my portait from Jürgen Schmidhuberr shot at IDSIA, Robot lab, in Manno, Canton Ticino, Switzerland.
I just wanted to celebrate today an event which I saw years ago on a B&W television with my grandparents in South of France. The landing of Apollo 11 which was the spaceflight that first landed humans on the Moon
On the Instagram account of Ville de Genève from May 9th 2019, you can look at my picture used for the “Campagne LGBTI 2019”.
On the magazine Générations from March 2018, a portrait of the architect Mario Botta in his office in Mendrisio, Canton Ticino, Switzerland.
On the web site of Swissinfo from December 27, 2017, a photo reportage about the niece of Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz with a text by Gemma d’Urso.
On the latest issue (November 7, 2017) of Le Temps, you can look at my portrait of the famous swiss architect Mario Botta. "Mario Botta, citoyen du monde" in Le Temps (PDF) More pictures on www.didierruef.com
On the web site of UN (United Nations) News Centre from July 13, 2017, a picture shot in Eritrea for The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
On the web site of Milken Institute Review from April 17, 2017, a picture about laughing customs officers at the he border between Switzerland and France.