I have worked in a variety of assignments as a photographer. Over the years, however, the focus of my work has shifted more and more onto teaching. The most important thing about teaching for me is that I can help my students to gain more depth in their visual expression and to utilise it in their artistic practice.
My own artistic practice focuses on observation and visual narrative. I am particularly interested in captivating the movement of everyday life: the bustle of the streets and activities of people. I call it the choreography of everyday life.