Here you will find my work and several projects in the field of visual art. With a background in dance and visual communication, my professional focus is on movement photography. I live in Berlin. I travel for work, projects and love.
As a dancer I have been educated to sense another's movement, and I use my camera to capture the authenticity and the beauty in a person's flow and expression. As a photographer, I give full space to the subject, and I help taking the space when it is needed, in an effort to see and bring forward the uniqueness of everyone's personality, physicality and presence.
Professionally educated as a ballet dancer, I have spent 12 years of my early life learning from the awareness of my body as my working instrument. Since a young age I was fascinated by shapes and movements of the human being. I evolved through daily observation of other dancers, on stage and in their training.
Looking for new creative possibilities, I then turned to graphic design and visual communication, where I found other ways to touch viewers through their eyes, to connect to their inner motions, their emotions.
Combining visual communication with my knowledge of the body and movement, I jump from technique to technique, adapting them to the current needs of my work.
At this time in my life, I am mainly working with questions of inner movement and the strength of their honesty, versus learned movements that come from external sources. Body-Mind Centering, created by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, is a very present method in this. I explore through dance improvisation and choreography, but also very much through photography and painting.