PHOTO INSTALLATIONS ARE HYPER-REALISTIC, INDIVIDUAL COMPOSITIONS.
THEY CREATE NEW SPACES AND SITUATIONS.
THEY CONVEY VALUES AND CREATE AN IMAGE.
REPRESENTATIVE, DECORATIVE, INFORMATIVE, HIGH-RESOLUTION, VALUABLE
My large-format photo installations create impressive spaces and perspectives. As impressive as a high-quality work of art and as exclusive as an exciting communication channel, they are highly effective and ideally suited for sustainably presenting mission statements, brand content, image and company values to customers, employees and the public.
Clear and complex, subtle and haunting, elegant and spectacular: the hyper-realistic motifs immediately captivate the viewer with an extraordinary richness of detail in their complex composition. They combine a multitude of individual images, perspectives and situations. They turn your spaces into an aesthetic and informative experience that opens up new perspectives, defines new horizons and unfolds effective narratives.
My room-filling photo installations take an active, thoughtful and individual approach to the existing setting. They fit consciously and organically into the locations, work with the available space and the prevailing lighting conditions. The range of motifs and narratives is almost unlimited and is tailored to your motivation and objectives. (Almost) everything is possible: from the intensive focus on a tiny detail to a seemingly fleeting glimpse of a breath-taking panorama.
I have been working successfully as a photographer and concept designer for over 25 years. The passion to create pictures and to make their beauty and distinctiveness visible, the magic of each individual situation and the uniqueness of a moment – all this has always guided me in the different areas of my creative work. Photographic spatial installations allow me to bring in and apply my expertise, talent and passion.
The origins for my work with these large-scale, realistic photo installations go back to a fascination with and enthusiasm for trompe-l’œil painting of the 16th century. From an architectural point of view, it goes back to the spatial aesthetics of 1960s avant-garde architecture in the USA.
Customers for my photographic spatial installations range from large to small, are companies operating on both national and international levels, as well as successful self-employed and art-loving private clients.