Very early the visual was an important part of my life. I remember the little boy lying in summer grass, looking into the sky and observing clouds. With 7 years I had my first camera, hours lying in wait to watch and photograph blackbirds. At the age of 12 I built my first SLR camera with the help of a "Kosmos-kit" and took pictures of everything which came under my lens. Same time, I had my first telescope and studied the evening sky and the stars. The big question arose: "What is out there - how far does it all, and what's behind it?" At the age of 14 I began to draw and paint. Since that time I'm in a constant process of visualization - it has something to do "make conscious" with.