The interest in photography runs in the family. At the age of 14 I got my
first little camera. When I trained in Art and Design we were asked to
document our work and after a brief inductionfrom the photography
department at the University I did all the documentation of my work

In 1995 I came together with the German photo-journalist Marc Steinmetz.
Soon I worked with him as his assistant on a number of assignments.
Being a photo assistant taught me a lot about photography. Between
2002 and 2003 I also trained as a picture editor at the agency VISUM
in Hamburg. Since then I have taken on a number of assignments for
colleagues and have specialized in studio photography of art and design
objects for applications and presentations. The largest work so far in that
respect has been the assignment for the British sculptor and lecturer
David Neat for his book ‘Model-making: Materials and Methods’, which
has been launched in May 2008 in London.

My artistic photography started around 2000 when I discovered some
funny Lomo cameras and started working with them. In 2003 I got my
first ' digital camera and work, and since then Photoshop has become
my favourite programme. Quite a lot of the images I take are not used
for my artwork but they are too good to be thrown away, so I use those
for illustrative purposes and am also represented by the picture agency
Buchcover in Hamburg.

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