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In the beginning, photography was just a tool to create pictures of my very own reality, something to help me remember all the beauty that can be found out there. But after a while, I started to see things differently and became fascinated by the way the world can change when you look at it through a lens. The camera allows me to capture the blur of a motion, the rippling of waves, the whispers of the wind, light and shadows, small pieces of something much bigger. And so I fell in love with the abstract. It feels like painting, with light.

abstract image of puddle in white and orange
(Düsseldorf, Germany – October 2013)
Abstract image of branches with orange leaves
Like a whisper, in a dream
(Düsseldorf, Germany – October 2012)
Illuminated colourful flower shapes made of glass or plastic
All the colours above
(Las Vegas, USA – May 2011)
abstract image of water stream with shades of red and blue
Rippled colours
(Düsseldorf, Germany – July 2015)
Abstract images of a current with orange colour accents
Traces of orange
(Rostock, Germany – February 2016)
Abstract image of river current with light effects
Streaks of light
(Neuss, Germany – August 2012)
abstract image of broken glass in shades of blue
(Düsseldorf, Germany – October 2013)
Abstract image of streaming water in dark blue with white streaks
Stream of blue
(Rostock, Germany – February 2016)
abstract colourful image of landscape taken in motion
Just passing by
(near Berlin, Germany – October 2013)
abstract image of water surface with colourful reflections
Remixing fall
(Düsseldorf, Germany – October 2014)
Abstract image of moving branches in shades of green, yellow and blue
You could be falling
(Cologne, Germany – October 2012)
abstract image of a moving water surface in green and white
Soft flow
(Düsseldorf, Germany – September 2013)