Photography has always been part of my life – both of my parents and my grandfather are avid photographers so cameras and photo books were always around. It wasn't until I moved to New York City though that my enthusiasm really caught fire, too: Of all places, it took one of the most photographed cities in the world to trigger the excitement of venturing out and finding new angles and perspectives of those oh-so-well known sceneries.

The relationship with my camera became one of the most stable and I incessantly carry it around wherever I go. My main focus in photography is on land- and cityscapes with characteristic treatment of clear and vibrant color schemes.

I now live and work in Berlin and am proud to see my work licensed by clients such as the Wall Street Journal, Samsung Information Systems America, and Hearst, and featured in online and printed media.


A former staff member of the online travel blog/magazine Travelettes, I have penned various articles on travel inspiration, off-the-beaten-path destinations and photography tips, for example:

How to Take Good Night Shots
How to Take Good Photos in Bad Weather
40 Things to do in New York City in the Summer
Trastevere: The Beating Heart of Rome
Ghost Towns of America's Southwest
Fernweh Collective: Florida Roadtrip

In addition to features of my work, I found myself in the center of attention for once in the JUNIQE Artist Stories – certainly one of the highlights of the past years.

Prints & Licenses

Selected photos can be licensed through Getty Images (Creative or Editorial), art prints are available via

JUNIQE (Germany, ships to most of Europe)
Fy (UK, ships worldwide)
Society6 (US, ships worldwide)

For any other requests, please contact me.

Unless otherwise stated, my work showcased in this portfolio, on the respective artist pages of print-on-demand websites as well as contributions to third-party websites and social media are fully copyrighted by me (all rights reserved). I ask that you do not use those images in any digital or printed media without permission.

Thank you for respecting the intellectual property rights.