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What I do

Following a candid and photojournalistic approach, I am always looking for those intangible, fleeting moments where the magic happens. The in-betweens revealing a connection between individuals or a person’s authentic self.

What drives me most about photography is creating something meaningful and personal by capturing those authentic moments. That’s life in its essence and that's what it’s all about.

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About me

The fascination for photography has followed me all through my childhood and led me to embark on analogue photography in my teens and eventually starting to work as a freelance photographer from 2012 on.

Originally from a small village in the northern Alps, I am based in Munich, a city I am very much in love with. I’ve traveled a lot though and spend two and a half years living and working in the UK, North America, New Zealand and Australia.

Traveling and observing foreign life has influenced my photographic style most. I love to get in touch with my environment for the bigger picture and understanding of the world. And in the end, to tell these stories through photography.

PUBLICATIONS

SZ Junge Leute, Mucbook, Augsburger Allgemeine, Outdoor Magazin, Merian, Bergwelten, The Londonist

BOOKS

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CLIENTS & COLLABORATIONS

EMF Verlag, Verlagsgruppe Random House, Hubert Burda Media, Isarlust e.V., Die Urbanauten, Blindeninstitut München
Wherewolf, Sea Shepherd NZ, sKids NZ, Shootvenirs, Tourism Properties NZ, Attiqa Queenstown, The Bunker Queenstown, HallPass NZ, Electric Rush, Minding Her Business, Octalo Negotiation, Pfronten Tourismus

The Nest Collective, Tales in the Tower, Reach for the Bunting, Rumpus / The Traveling Tavern, The Ceilidh Liberation Front, The John Langan Band, Electric Litany, Valia Calda, Mojo Hand, Ballina Whalers, Balothizer, Concrete Mountain, Michalis Kouloumnis Trio, Concerto Imperial, Brave Young Years, Young Fast Running Man, Greg Haines

EXHIBITION

Paradise Lost
IFOG Akademie // Werkschau // Wintersemester 16 /17

 

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