Fashion editorial for Flanelle Magazine Fashion Design: Jennifer Milleder Hair and Make-Up: Naomi Gugler Models via Stelle Models: Sofia & Teodora
„My series „Bodies“ explores the beauty of human bodies through abs- traction and precision. My intention is to celebrate the beauty and inten- tionally work against the sexualisation of the human body. With the help of well trained and accurately performed yoga and dance poses these bodies obtain a sculptural quality. Even though there is a lot of skin and less cloths, the pictures are not to be seen as sexy.“
Anna and Sarah for Studio Miyagi HuM: Cornelia Lohner
Three photos of my series Youth17, which was published at c-heads magazine and curated by girls.
My series „oostende“ is a kind of homage to the so called Belgian costal city, particularly to its seaside, which really caught me.
Last october I stayed in Brussels for one month and because I am obsessed by the sea since I was little, it was clear to me that I had to visit the North Sea.
Beside the sea and the never ending beach in contrast to the architectural brutalism next to it, I was totally fascinated by the bright and hazy light there.
On the one hand it is a very depressing and heavy feeling you get while walking between the beach and those brutal buildings, especially if you keep in mind that pretty much all of Ostende got destroyed during world war II. But on the other hand everything looked so staged and artificial and I felt in love with that scenery immediately.
The Man Who Fell From Earth
I am happy to announce that my work is part of the new book, "The Man Who Fell From Earth", published by Harpune Verlag. Together with Hanna Putz, I photographed the working process of Jonathan Meese, Daniel Richter and Tal R for an exhibition at Holstebro Kunstmuseum.