In October 2021 I started documenting forest occupations all over Germany. I wanted to portray the activists and their daily lives within the struggle against climate change and forest clearances.
2021 - ongoing
In May 2022 I joined an independent humanitarian organization on a trip to Lviv and Kyiv. While everyday life seemed to return in Ukraines bigger cities, the war and its consequences were still omnipresent.
Suhl-Nord: Wieder im Gespräch
Suhl is a midsized city in southern Thuringia which had a rapid increase of population in the late 1970s due to the typical east-german "Plattenbau". Thus, the district Suhl-Nord became a so-called satellite town, meaning citizens did not have to leave the district for living, working or shopping. However, since the 1990s the city has recorded by far the largest population decrease (by almost 40 percent) of all counties and cities in Germany. Many of the once inhabited houses are abandoned or have already been torn down and there are hardly any stores for daily needs left in the neighborhood. In May 2022 I started working on a district project with unofficial.pictures e.V.
More information: www.suhl-nord.de
In the beginnig of the Covid-Pandemic in 2020 I started a collaborative project with my friends, where I sent them analog films and cameras via mail and collected their photos and stories which resulted in a photobook.