Born in Switzerland in 1972, studied Photography in Vevey at the School of Applied Arts. Currently living in Zurich. In 2001 he published Elvis & Presley, a collaboration with the Belgian photographer Stephan Vanfleteren. This series won a World Press award and was shown in various European cities. His medium and large format colour photography is oriented towards contemporary aspects of leisure and culture. His work has been published in various publications including The New York Times Magazine, Time Magazine, Forbes, Newsweek, Spiegel and L’Hebdo.
The Realdolls images were taken in an adult doll factory in the United States. Following a totally traditional process, and produced one by one, these plastic women reproduce the human body with extreme exactitude. The starting price for each piece is around six thousand dollars. They are individually ordered and custom made. One can choose the hair colour, breast size and skin colour. Huber has portrayed these products of human decadence in a clinical style. The faces of these rubber women are perfect, soulless, auraless, lifeless, ready for all kinds of desires and voids to be projected on them.