Professionally trained in Film/Media Design, I also worked as an Associate Games Producer making video games, Translator, Production Coordinator for a short film, Runner, Actress/Extra and in Public Relations - just to name a few.
I've always enjoyed working in foreign countries and with people from every continent - I love the cultural diversity, languages, the food, learning how to count in as many languages as possible. Standing still is not my thing.
Discovering, exploring and learning are equally important to me. So is design, creativity and storytelling. It's my nature to constantly try different things and learn new skills - ideal for any challenge thrown my way.
The “My Own Vintage” Collection consists of photos taken with random (old) cameras I was given or acquired over the years. I like how New York City looks rather ordinary in this set.
Western Jackdaws (ger. Dohle) – Photos taken with a Nikon D3000 + Nikkor telephoto lense + Lense Hood + Hoya Sky Filter.
Convention Booklet with graphic novel/norse theme – Client: Rogue Events, UK
A couple of bird studies using several techniques, both analog and digital.
Another souvenir/promo booklet for a Vampire fan convention – Client: Rogue Events, UK
The gig poster for Jason Manns in 2012 – Client: Slique Events, UK
A collection of German and English texts and articles (i.e. newspaper style, press release, etc).
Unused idea of the 2012 gig poster for Jason Manns.
What started as a tablet drawing exercise developed into a small personal project.
Gig poster for US Band ‘The Life of Riley’ – Client: Slique Events, UK
Don’t get me wrong, I love my new Smartphone, but it bugs me that I keep forgetting to turn off the darn WiFi every day when I’m at work (sadly not allowed to use the Wifi there). It is such a battery drainer, but somehow Samsung nor Android have included some sort of automation app […]
The stuff I do when I have spare time. I occasionally play World of Warcraft and two of my characters can walk on water (you have no idea how handy that is) so I wanted to create a macro that plays the song “Walk on the Ocean” by Toad the Wet Sprocket. Silly idea it […]
Just because I like something, doesn’t mean I can’t be critical about it. In the past few years IKEA has spit out some really awful stuff and discontinued some of my favorite items, but that’s how life goes.
For weeks now I have been trying to uninstall a dead and broken version of the Google Talk plugin on my laptop and whatever I tried would not work. I even searched for the files manually and deleted every trace (yes even the registry) of them, but to no avail. (…) So today I found a solution. It’s so sadly simple it made me laugh.
Want. Balina Cruiser Skateboard – Roxy Roxy: Shop Balina Cruiser Skateboard – This maple wood skateboard is truly unique and features delicate artwork of a whale. The deck measures 9" x 35.8125" . It includes 180mm inverted trucks, Abec 7… View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog, a plugin created by Daniel Treadwell.
I just found some “new” Lipton SunTea down in my local shop and brought a pack home to try (haven’t yet though). It brews in cold water in just 4 mins which is especially great when you are traveling, I thought. What confused me a bit was the odd name choice. Why not just call […]
What are the chances that you find a graffiti with the same colours as your bike. View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog, a plugin created by Daniel Treadwell.
Okay, not sure at what point you can call a bicycle “vintage” but this 20 year old Raleigh Activator I acquired a few years back for 40GBP is my pride and joy. When I saw it in a charity shop (and needed a bike) I just had to get it. People’s opinions about it go both ways […]
The wonderful thing about the web is, that I discover new and wonderful things all the time that make me happy or make me cry (or both at the same time). Via the portfolio website behance.net I stumbled across a mixed media short film by Salon Alpin. It’s about a little paper bookmark that discovers […]
Graphic Designers & Bicycles | Allan Peters’ Blog For my first post on the world-renowned Allan Peters blog I thought I’d shake things up a bit. I’m tired of seeing posts on unattainable design shops and right-out-of-school-kids portfolios that are b… View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog, a plugin created by Daniel Treadwell.
Simply beautiful. Witness Outtakes from a personal project. Set to be ready for exhibition 2011. View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog, a plugin created by Daniel Treadwell.
I visit many different websites infrequently for inspiration and to just browse visuals. When it comes to book covers, a very good resource is the Book Cover Archive which is a bit like a Pinterest board but just for books and their cover designers.
Hah! Finally some "scientific" backing to my sentiment :) The Secret of a Successful Programming Language? A Really Great Beard | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com According to Tamir Kahson, there's a direct correlation between the success of a programming language and the length of the facial hair on the face of the man who built […]
..in board shorts. Cute surf magazine (TIDE) freebie in form of a wave quartet card game by Billabong cheered me up today. In album 14 June 2012 (4 photos) View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog, a plugin created by Daniel Treadwell.
Recently discovered this song and not knowing the Swedish original I really love this Belgium cover version. I Follow Rivers I Follow Rivers cover View post on Google+ Post imported by Google+Blog, a plugin created by Daniel Treadwell.
Say what you will, but this is a great TV Spot because the song they chose gives me goosbumps. I am pretty immune to all form of advertising these days, but even I have a hard time resisting the emotional aspect of the commercial, which makes it successful advertising in my eyes. View post on Google+ Post […]