Cover and cover story for Speisekarte 2020

On the cover you can see the founder of the Berlin restaurant Hallmann & Klee.

For the cover story about the best Italians in Berlin I visited 6 restaurants and photographed the chefs as well as the signature menu of the restaurant.

Cover for Pro Agro ‘Landurlaub 2020’

One of the most beautiful shootings this year.
We spent one day and one night with a raft on the waters of the Havel near Berlin to shoot this picture in the morning hours.

Cover for Zitty Magazin 2319

For the Berlin magazine ZITTY on the topic ‘The Peaceful Revolution’.

The cover shows press spokeswoman Clara Thompsen of the XR Blockade on the Marschallbrücke in October 2019.

That was “Islands Of Utopia”

A big thank you to the Museum für Subkulturen Berlin for letting me be part of the great exhibition ISLANDS OF UTOPIA.
Here is the complete series ‘Rummelsburger Bucht’.


Reclaim the Water!
Time and again, freethinkers, rebels and artists have gone on the water in search of new possibilities and means of expression which they could not find on land or which were denied to them due to ownership or laws. The increasing lack of space combined with inflation and the disappearance of open spaces in the cities has promoted the perception that the waters are also to be understood as public space and thus represent an option for expanding the living space. The photo exhibition shows international and Berlin projects and tells of repression as well as empowerment.

Exhibition “Islands Of Utopia” – September 2019

I am proud to be part of the group exhibition “ISLANDS OF UTOPIA” of the ‘Museum für Subkulturen Berlin’, showing pictures from my series ‘Rummelsburger Bucht’.

Vernissage 24.09.2019 from 8pm
Exhibition 25.09.-05.10.2019
Daily 12-21 o’clock, longer on event days
Admission free!

Haus der Statistik
Otto-Braun-Strasse 70-72
Alexanderplatz Berlin

Reclaim the Water!
Time and again, freethinkers, rebels and artists have gone on the water in search of new possibilities and means of expression which they could not find on land or which were denied to them due to ownership or laws. The increasing lack of space combined with inflation and the disappearance of open spaces in the cities has promoted the perception that the waters are also to be understood as public space and thus represent an option for expanding the living space. The photo exhibition shows international and Berlin projects and tells of repression as well as empowerment.

Portrait Kasper König

Portrait of the curator Kasper König at the ‘Galerie König’ Berlin, shortly before the opening of the exhibition ‘WHAT BEAUTY IS, I KNOW NOT’ curated by him.
August 2019 for TIP Berlin.
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