"I like photographs that leave something to the imagination."

When I get asked what kind of photographs I take or like, I was struggling for quite a while to have a fitting answer on hand.

On the other hand, to say what I’m not interested in (no weddings, no studio portraits, no architecture, no events, no lost places,…) leads to the question – what’s left?

As I’m a person, who can endure silence quite well, I definitely do have a passion for photos that have a calming effect for the observer. In other words – photos, that are pleasing for the eyes.

The overarching theme of my photography style can be best described as “moments of silence”. I like vacation hotspots during the low season when nobody is there, I like frequented places when the crowd is gone. Those places without all the bustle show a certain beauty and leave something to the imagination.”

The pictures below are a perfect example of photos I like and take.



list, sylt


I found those garages in a pretty unspectacular street on the German island Sylt. All of them were closed, there was nobody around – and that’s the perfect picture to start thinking about what’s in the garage, who the owner is….

departure hall

tempelhof airport, berlin

One of my trips to Berlin led me to the recently closed Tempelhof airport. I know this airport when it was still operating – and seeing it now completely shut down was just a very interesting experience.

haus der kulturen der welt



The “haus der kulturen der welt” is a pretty frequented place in the center of Berlin. If you avoid the main entrance and just talk a walk around the impressive building, you’ll find the emergency exit with it’s perfect symmetry.


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