I was born near Stuttgart, in Germany, but moved at an early age to Paris,
where I spent the next 15 years. Now I am based in London, for the past
four years, where I have just completed a Degree in Graphic Design at
Central St.Martins University.
During this time I majored in Illustration, and have participated in various
group exhibitions, for instance the 'work in progress' show at the Deluxe
gallery in Hoxton. I have also recently been involved in commissioned
work for Firetrap, designing imagery for prints on t-shirts and other
My work is mainly inspired by old advertising imagery, naive drawings
and textile design. I like working with found images and creating a new
context by combining them with my own drawings, type and prints. Computers
are merely a tool to finish my artwork as I mostly work with traditional
methods such as screen printing and drawing. I enjoy the diversity of
different briefs, being challenged conceptually and the freedom within
projects to express a wide range of ideas and themes, from commercial
and sociopolitical ideas to more personal responses
My ambitions for the future include completing a master’s degree,
working in editorial illustration, and being more involved in designing
imagery for fashion prints.
are a range of images I designed for the street wear compagny
Firetrap,overall theme was awkward collage.
The dirty seaside project is a range of images depicting venice beach
road trips and empty tourist attractions.
The 2 images called "Mrs bixby" are taken from a series of illustrations
did of a short story by Roald Dahl about an adulterous woman in New York.
The 2 images called "story"are taken from a series of images
article in the guardian newspaper about a afghan refugee on his way to
Saint Martins : BA in Graphic Design (pathway Illustration)
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