I began taking photography seriously on a trip to Iceland in 1999/2000 where I discovered the freedom of Black&White to capture the contrasts between ice and volcanic rocks. Since then I have explored many more aspects of photography like Symmetry, Reflection, Architecture and, more recently, Exposure compression.

My particular interest lies in the relationship between the world out there and our view of it over time: Understanding that our eye's view of the world is more than just a photographic capture of the moment I want to reveal in my images how our world view is embedded in temporal, physical and social context.