I am a photographer, facilitator, learning & experience designer, team coach, maker, writer, friend, partner. It's hard to really find a good term for what I do, it's many things. I love to learn and start over. I do this by doing and involving myself. I keep transitioning. Here you can find a few of my projects over the last years.
I am always happy to collaborate on something that sparks my curiosity. Please just email me and let's have a chat!
Start off with Bauhaus Summer School, where I design and facilitate learning experiences for international students in beautiful Weimar for a couple of years now. A similiar project was a Workshop for the Opening of the Futurium in Berlin 2019, as well as the Impact Week in Amman and Nepal.
Goosefeld was a participatory design project for a rural village in norther Germany and was easily one of my highlights 2019, next to the commercial design projects for clients, which I cannot show here. More participatory design work and experiences are the Barcamp and Zukunftskongress, as well as the experimental workshop Seid Egal I did at Volksbühne in 2018.
I work with different technologies, like Arduinos and analog processes. You can see some of my work in the Daimler Touch Prototypes, the Electric Blue Prints and the 3w20 Coachbot.
Exploration of life can be found visually with my Journeys. Since a few years I am organizing photo walks in Berlin: They are called Street Zen and you can join us.
Writing and solitude are necessary tools for me to make sense — I brought both together in Table for One to capture the magic of some bars and restaurants in Berlin. In Hanoi I was intrigued by everyday objects that are quite extraordinary when you dig deeper. Common Display is the result of this and also a venture into Social Business.
In 2019 I also co-founded EX Lab in Berlin. A design agency for workplace innovation to create working environments that fulfil employees. Our work there evolves around re-designing team structures and organisational orders. During our exploration we tested different business niches. One of these experiments was Why Mondays Because Thursdays — an ad-hoc online class about coaching Design Thinking.