From childhood on I have always enjoyed nature and the outdoors. Growing up bilingually also shaped a certain fascination for travel and cultural variety. My first contact with a camera was in 1998, yet my love for photography really only formed in 2010. Creating lasting memories and memorable photographs became my favorite hobby ever since. Up to date I focus mostly on nature and travel photography, although I am increasingly interested in travel portraits and portraits in general.
My interest in nature and wildlife naturally extends to a will for conservation for many years now. In 2013 I participated in WWF’s Explore Program in Madagascar. This turned out to be the best way to learn about field work and local culture in a quite authentic way. I seized the opportunity and realized my first and only time lapse photography project.
Currently I live in Münster, Germany and work as a PhD student in Mathematics at the university in Münster. Upon finishing my studies I will try to use Mathematics for conservation efforts full time.