Sportsman, globetrotter, and bon vivant: This is how Hubertus Hohenlohe describes himself on his website. Particularly as a sportsman, the native Mexican has been drawing attention to himself for a long time. He founded the Mexican Ski Federation and completed in the World Cup for the first time in 1981. His best result was fifth in the World Cup in the 1981 Val Gardena/Madonna di Campiglio Combined event. He competed six times for Mexico in the Olympic Games. Hubertus Hohenlohe also made a name for himself as a photographer - as a globetrotter he photographed cities such as Berlin, Buenos Aires, Lisbon, Mexico City, Mumbai, New York and Tokyo. "I am a street artist without a street," says Hubertus Hohenlohe. Born in Mexico City, Prince Hubertus of Hohenlohe-Langenburg grew up in Marbella, Austria and Liechtenstein.