I trained as an industrial designer, but never started working in the
textile industry, as I thought I would do when I started at the University.
My graduation work was ‘fine art’ and I kept on doing that for several
years. But to survive on only fine art is really tough, so I got different
jobs in the creative industry, including as graphic designer. Soon I
had several artists and craftspeople asking me to design the layout
of their presentations or catalogues.

In 2004 I was given the opportunity to attend a half-year training in
web design. Since then I have designed a number of sites, mainly
for artists and craftspeople.

The illustrations shown on this website are advanced work using
Photoshop. I started with images I made of fruits and vegetables
and worked out the creatures I saw captured in those structures.

After being invited to create jewellery made out of, or with, paper I
started to create a series of brooches, in which perspex framed
paper structures. They became a success and I kept developing
new models throughout the years. Paper disappeared and I com-
bined the perspex with gold leaf, and by developing a new tech-
nology I also started using recycled DVDs and CD-roms.
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