Already as a kid I had found a great hobby in creating. I’d use a variety of tools to calm my urge to create. Clay, watercolor, plaster, wire and scissors were standards in my toolbox.
As I grew older I’d drop the tools and turn to something new and unexplored; the world of digital design. A new hobby was born.
During graphics school an interest in photography and filmmaking grew strong. I’d wander back and forth between computers and cameras, unsure of which route I’d prefer down the line.
I spent almost half my school time as an intern at digital agency Brainforest. Finishing school I immediately got hired by said company, turning hobbies into a living.
Two years later I quit, again heading into the unexplored, in order to fully focus on my passion: Capturing people, places and memories.