Peter Müller was born in 1952 near Lucerne, Switzerland. Having completed professional training in international banking, he began a career in this field. But at some point in his life, he realized that his vocation was different, dramatically changed his life and in 1979 moved to Brazil. A chance meeting with a Brazilian stone cutter in 1984 inspired him to change his profession. In the same year he founded his workshop.
His stone carvings are expressive and rich in marvelous detail. Naturally, no two figures are the same. They are lifelike replicas of birds from the tropics and the northern hemisphere, handcrafted from precious stones from around the world. Raw materials selected by Peter personally from several tons of raw materials, including Brazilian tourmalines and quartz from eleven different mines, as well as many other rare minerals from his new homeland. Familiar with the Idar-Oberstein carvers since childhood, Peter traveled there every year for many years to learn new carving techniques. He then passed these skills on to his brigade of carvers in Brazil, who are now considered the best craftsmen in the country.