A NERD GUIDE TO MOSCOW
A NERD GUIDE TO MOSCOW
Biotech company DewPoint Therapeutics asked me to visit their newly opened labs in Dresden and portray their team and research.
Our Vote, Our Future.
»Europe’s open borders and free trade mean we have easy access to items from across the continent, and that is something that people weren’t lucky enough to enjoy hundreds of years ago.« Due to low participation rates among young citizens, older people were the ones who decided over the fate of the European Union in previous elections. In order to change that, Clara Nebeling initiated a campaign called EUnited. that consists of a series of posters that were spread both on- and offline. Together with Anna Tiessen and Maria Sturm, our contribution uses the imagery of 17th Century still life paintings to portray foods from all 28 member states in one picture. In collaboration with Kemmler Kemmler. Other poster contributions by fantastic David Uzochukwu, Wendy Huynh and Clara Nebeling.
The »tomato fish« thrives in a greenhouse at the Leibniz-Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries, living inside an interconnected aquaculture and hydroponics facility. This project combines fish and vegetable farming to conserve resources. Its goal is sustainable and climate-friendly food production. I visited Prof. Dr. Werner Kloas at the project’s facilities at Müggelsee in Berlin for FOCUS Magazin.
Ein Stück vom Himmel
Together with artist Patricia Morosan, I was commissioned by Deutsche Oper to photograph our feeling of childhood. The work accompanied the play »Ein Stück von Himmel« by Ania Michaelis and Nuria Nunez Hierro.
I traveled to Kazachstan to photograph the 2017 Expo in Astana, themed »Future Energy: Action for Global Sustainability«. For Plasma Magazine.
Center for Regenerative Therapies Dresden
Research at the Center for Regenerative Therapies (CRTD) at TU Dresden focuses on discovering principles of cell and tissue regeneration, and leveraging this for recognition, treatment, and reversal of diseases.
Jacob Rosen is a professor of medical robotics at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering with joint appointments with the Department Surgery and the Department of Bioengineering at UCLA.
In Los Angeles, I was commissioned to meet four renowned neon artists: Lisa Schulte, Michael Flechtner, Linda Sue Price and Dave Quick. Visiting their homes and workshops, I had the pleasure to portray them and their practice. For Plasma Magazine.
In Los Angeles, I was commissioned to meet four renowned neon artists: Lisa Schulte, Michael Flechtner, Linda Sue Price and Dave Quick. Visiting their homes and workshops, I had the pleasure to portray them and their practice for Plasma Magazine.
The Futurium building is designed to be an ambassador of sustainability, an example to drive innovation and technology from the core of the city of Berlin. I photographed its architects, Christoph Richter and Jan Musikowski, who describe Futurium as “the smart container for the future, a window into the future of technology and society”. For Plasma Magazine.