Photos, photos and more photos.
«Remaining a tourist in my homeland» I am fascinated by society, different cultures and with that the visual manifestation of identities in the streets. When going for a walk or having a coffee, I like to take on an «outside perspective», trying to remain a tourist in my well-known homeland. Most of the time, I do this through the lense of my camera.
I challenge myself to capture familiar everyday life in a way that it ends up looking strange and new. I take photos, do sketches, write, and draw a lot. Whether mysteriously packaged cars, solar power systems that seem to live on flower power or an unbelievably vivid play of light: I love to let contrasts meet in cultures; materials; languages; colors or shapes. Often these objects seem banal at first. For example, the drain of a fountain in combination with a ping-pong ball or a dog and its shadow twin. Whatever irritates me can become a subject.