London based photographer. Originally from Germany, I'm a photographer living and working in London. I combine my love of people and places to document the nuances of individuals, businesses and their surroundings. My approach to photography is capturing a mood and maintaining a great emphasis on authenticity and intimacy. With an observant and an intuitive way of working the work unfolds naturally, regardless of the assignment. Clients and publications include: Monocle, ES Magazine, Telegraph Luxury, Wallpaper*, Freunde von Freunden, Conde Nast Traveller, Elle Decoration, Cos, Marks and Spencer Fashion PR, Finery London, Anthropologie, GAP, Habitat, Siemens, Sonos, The Office Group, In Clover Magazine, Royal Academy of Arts Co-Founder and Head of Design at Table Magazine.
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Projects credited in
- Freunde Von Freunden x Siemens: Simon Astridge FeatureMy first Freunde von Freunden commission and what a delight it was! I carried out a video interview with and wrote an in-depth feature on the great architect Simon Astridge, who has since become a real friend. I also crafted a separate version for Siemens (who sponsored the content), but I can’t find it anywhere! Read/view the FvF work here anyway.
- Circus Pendants for WARMOur popular Circus Collection features a family of three pendant lights in different sizes and a wall sconce taking its cue from the shape of a Victorian circus tent. The Circus pendants and the Circus wall light are available in either black or white with a bronze interior gently reflecting the light. The pendants work well individually or look lovely in clusters of different sizes and colours. Custom colours are available on request. The collection's classic design allows for great versatilit
- On Repeat The concept for On Repeat was born from the ability of visual pattern and physical repetition to induce a state of mind known as ‘open awareness’; a form of attention achieved by the repetition of manual tasks which allow the mind to wander and creative thinking to flourish. The pavilion’s form physically manifests repetition in its architecture but also through a collaborative installation of hundreds of paper forms, the components of which require manual assembly by visitors over the course7
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- Art Direction
- Picture Editing
- Location Photography
- Interior Photography
- Portraiture Photography