Right after arriving in New York City, I decided to have a walk around the borough. Some nightshots of Brooklyn- and Manhattan Bridge were on my bucketlist, and luckily I was well located to visit them afoot. So I made my way there and what can I say… in one moment those huge bridges appeared,
My first impressions about the USA were like, … I maybe had the wrong stereotypes about them in my mind. In Philadelphia I met a lot of hospitable helpful people, saw a lot of cultural diversity and amazing places. Even though it’s a capital city, I did not experience it like there would a big
One of the most impressing things I ever saw, was the Taj Mahal in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. I was lucky to enter with the sunrise thus could catch some early lights and the buildings with less visitors.
During my residence in Hallein Austria I enjoyed climbing the mountains in my neighbourhood. The Barmsteine are a formation of two huge rocks between the borders of Germany and Austria.
Backlight usually isn’t the photographer’s first choice when it comes to people photography. Even though for this spontaneous shots in Austria during sunset it worked out really good for me. We benefit from one of the very first nice warm days of spring 2014 and took a couple of exposures in the valley of Hallein
This photo work was created in collaboration with Peter Langenhahn, Leon Zarbock and Bernhard Leitner. “Herzhaft” represents a modern interpretation of the life, death and resurrection of Christ. At the same time it is a critical reflection of our decadent western way of life.