Botanical Studies Series Shows Beauty
of 'Spiky, Round, and Edgy Things'
Enjoy the little things and get reminded when the sale launches.
Get a sneak peak at some of the works.
Enjoy the little things! My main goal is to show little details and shapes you're not perceiving your everyday life.
The initial idea for my "Botanical Studies" project started almost 10 years ago inspired by the nature drawings of Ernst Haeckel from his book "Kunstformen der Natur". I would even say, my earliest contact and admiration with minimalistic black and white drawings of local flora and fauna dates back to my school days in the mid 80s.
For more than 6 years I'm actually photographing botanical objects in this very minimalistic black and white style. I had something with a clear background in mind with the object almost mimicking a pencil sketching.
- Available in 30x30cm (Edition of 50) and 60x60cm (Edition of 25)
- Presented on acid-free, archival cotton Hahnemühle PhotoRag Giclée paper
- Guaranteed archival life of 100+ years
- Carbon neutral, sustainable production, packaging and shipping
- Global delivery with tracked & insured shipping
Nature and landscapes have always played an important role in my life. I was born in the mid-1970s in a small town in Thuringia, on the edge of the Hainich National Park, in the middle of Germany, where I grew up very close to nature. Trips and vacations with my parents and grandparents often led to nature. I discovered photography very early on in my childhood when I was playing around with my parents' and grandparents' analog EXA and Praktika cameras, which were made in the GDR.
What started as a small hobby has developed over the years into my profession and my passion. My love of traveling also arose during my business studies. My fascination for landscape photography began with various stays abroad in Canada, Mexico, and the USA and their diverse landscapes.In the meantime, this type of photography also plays a decisive role in my professional life. In addition to workshops and photo trips, I often travel to Switzerland, Austria, and southern Germany to produce work for commercial projects.