am a whimsical
working in mixed media for publishers and packaging producers
from Europe, North America, and Asia. Originally from Munich, I
divide my time
between Berlin and New York City. I speak German, English, and
Some of my
Welt am Sonntag, Kiplinger's Magazine, AOK, Psychologie Heute, Rowohlt,
Crain, Gruner+Jahr, New Scientist, Scientific American, Die Zeit, Random House, Ritzenhoff,
Johns Hopkins, Focus, National Geographic, Ravensburger, CBS, The Christian Science Monitor,
Der Spiegel, Milken Institute, Tesa, Prospect Magazine,
and Deutsche Bank.
My work has been recognized by
European Newspaper Award,
Novum: World of Graphic Design
magazine, and Lürzer’s 200 Best Illustrators Worldwide book. In 2011, I was a judge for the
illustration annual; and in 2008, I have won the grand prize in the Munich
Oktoberfest design competition.
I have been among a
designer's pool of only 100 to get invited to create stamp designs for Germany. Further, I created
the jacket design for Random House's Who
am I - and if so, how many?, a nonfiction bestseller authored by Richard David Precht (over 1.5 mill.