Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
I am a Photographer from Munich, Germany, that focuses on landscapes that have been transformed by human intervention. I try to show the relationship between man and nature by aerial photography.
What do you consider your distinctive achievement?
My aerial photography has a very graphic approach. I studied graphic design and I think that this is a fact people can see in my aerial imagery. They are on the edge of painting and photography.
What are you looking forward too?
To my book release »HABITAT – human-altered landscapes«. It’s a project that shows human impact on the earth by aerial photography. It will be published and one of the bigger art publishers in Germany. If anyone interested in this project, have a look here.
Which advice would you give to other professionals?
Think before you add something to the world.
What are the challenges that we need to come to make about cultural entrepreneurship more accessible?
In my opinion, we have to step back from our desire for endless growth and consumption to a society that focuses more on interhuman relations.