You don’t take a photograph.
You make it. (Ansel Adams)
Since receiving my first point-and-shoot camera at age 10, I have been involved in photography. My current focus is on nature photography, specifically astrophotography. What used to be just a hobby has evolved into a flourishing business. My photographs of the universe have received widespread acclaim and have been published in many astronomy magazines and on NASA websites.
From selling fine-art prints, I have gone to assignment photography. Small to medium size projects are my mainstay, most recently an assignment for The Alex Hotel in Freiburg.
When I am not taking pictures, I fly for German airline Lufthansa as first officer on the A320 fleet. At home, I enjoy cooking and entertaining. Growing up in a home where meals were always prepared from scratch, I developed a love for cooking and have even worked in a Michelin starred restaurant as an intern. I enjoy preparing meals of all difficulty levels and for all occasions.
The beautiful city in Germany’s southwest is the perfect mix of tradition and modern life. I was able to take a closer look on assignment for The Alex Hotel.
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This is a selection of my work. It should give you an impression of the wide range of my photography style.
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