Thinking visually isn't enough, communicating ideas and solving problems visually allows people to gain a swifter and better common understanding of complex issues. 



A varied background ranging from social sciences to visual communication and an incessant curiosity has led me to develop skills in a wide variety of areas within visual communication, from photography to design thinking. I'm always working on acquiring new skills within the field, and all sorts of knowledge.


Living in an overwhelmingly visual culture does not mean one should be careless about the content one contributes to our society. I thrive to work on projects with meaning and socially impactful. 


Design Thinking

These are some of the projects I was involved in while attending the HPI School of Design Thinking

"What was originally intended as an innovation method for products and services in Stanford, has advanced to a completely new way of seeing people in relation to work, of imagining the concept of work and of posing questions about how we want to live, learn, and work in the 21st century. The appeal of Design Thinking lies in its ability to inspire new and surprising forms of creative teamwork. “We-intelligence” is the new catchword and collaboration the foundation for a new work awareness."


Visual Art




Portrait Photography


Other selected photographs (2015)


Product Photography



Event Photography



Conceptual Photography


Music Videos



Kollektives Bewusstsein @ Rummelsbucht, Berlin (Oct 2015)


Live Visuals

Outtake from a live visuals project entitled Nature of Seeing.


Art Sponge


From 2009 to 2014 I kept a daily blog with regular articles featuring photographers, visual artists and designers. The project grew in size and scope, with eventually hundreds of artists being featured, which all can be viewed in the archives. The blog also included interviews and in-depth articles.