A selection of commissioned works and independent projects. Each face tells its own story and requires a unique staging.
For issue six of Four&Sons a print-magazine about dogs and culture I photographed Ruth Barry and her dachshund Sally at their home in Berlin Mitte.
For Adobe's 99u Magazine, I met designer Erik Spiekermann in his gallery in Berlin. Spiekermann, a primer talking about design, entrepreneurship, business, culture, and aging gracefully, as told through his stories.
Berlin-based textile designer Nadine Goepfert for Freunde von Freunden in collaboration with SONOS. The designer’s multifaceted work goes beyond designing patterns into the realm of wearable art.
Space can be interpreted many ways – this selection of interior images captures offices, museums and houses. Light and different distance play a central role.
The eternal optimism of utopia explored through the socialist housing estates of Paris. We explored the concrete forms of the suburban French capital, Paris in June 2016.
With Maurizio Cattelan, Pierpaolo Ferrari founded Toiletpaper Magazine. For Freunde von Freunden I visited the photographer in his studio and home in Milan. The Story is co-published on ZEIT Online and Hypebeast.
Photographed Moderat, the electronic music group originating in Berlin. For the fourth issue of Lola Magazine I met Sascha Ring, also known as Apparat, and Modeselektor members Gernot Bronsert and Sebastian Szary.
I went to the Black Forest to meet the founder of Monkey 47, Alexander Stein, who talked us through the success story of their dry gin and how the region influenced its flavor.
The passion that photographer Joseph Wolfgang Ohlert has for his art is plastered all over the walls of his Berlin apartment.
I photographed behind the scenes of Kin Dee, a thai restaurant in Berlin. From food testing to designing the interior and casting the crew, the feature contains photographs and video loops. Extracts are also published on The Gourmand online.
Freunde von Freunden is an online lifestyle magazine that profiles creatives from all over the world. Based in Berlin, the team is made up of an international group of editors.
This coverstory for the first issues of LOLA Magazine features multi-talent Mark Reeder, well known for his appearance in "B-Movie: Lust and Sound".
Berlin-based Judith Carnaby elevates the art of illustration by sparking a vibrant discourse around the medium through her website Illustrators Illustrated.
Photographer Eylül Aslan explores themes surrounding femininity and objectification in her work, drawing on the issues facing women in her native Turkey.
Every month, the Berlin-based online magazine hosts a team lunch at the FvF Apartment. Well-known chefs or exciting newcomers are invited and put on what is always a memorable lunch for the whole team.