With my first self-earned money, I bought a camera. But that purchase would have been useless if there was no purpose for it. That’s why my brother and I founded the music magazine Negative White.
I liked the hours I’ve spent in the pit where I captured countless concerts for our magazine. Nevertheless, my focus shifted more and more towards portrait and editorial photography so I replaced my ear plugs with a notepad. Being able to delve into a subject and transfer it into a visual medium is what really drives me. My aim is to tell a story with my photographs, no matter whether it is a portrait or a reportage: Photography is an internationally understood language and I am continually expanding my vocabulary.