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The collections reflect something of the diversity and practice of my photography: capturing events and people on my travels to Cuba, a personal photographic diary filled with the contradictions and beauty of everyday live. – The collections offer you the opportunity to purchase an original print, signed and numbered.   


HAVANA | diary

‘Street photography’ does not require any additional means, only the endurance and patience of the photographer is needed. But reality only begins to take effect when endurance becomes exhaustion and patience becomes aimlessness.   

Hair salon at Calle 10 de Octubre in Cerro, Havana.

” It’s about finding order in what may at first seem like chaos. It’s about simplifying what you see and distilling everything into a single, coherent frame. Classic compositional techniques like leading lines, foreground, symmetry and rules of thirds come into play and it’s all about finding the right spot; – all this takes time. But there is also the reverse, you are ‘at one’ with time and ‘are’ in the right place, along with what is happening around you. You are no longer looking for the right detail, the images come to you, you just have to take them in, because you have earned them by walking to them. Step by step. And with each step you’ve forgotten something about yourself and at the same time you learned something new.”

Scaffolding at Malecon Havana.



The Malecon is the heart of Havana. Construction of the first section began in 1901. At the point where the Paseo del Prado meets the Atlantic Ocean, the wide avenue that separates Habana Vieja and Centro Habana.

Salesman at Calle 10 de Octubre in Cerro, Havana.


Colour Print / Framed 142 x 100 cm

The Salesman

“The salesman sits still and insignificantly at the sales window, waiting for passers-by who want to buy something from the few things he has to offer. The grid seems to additionally cross him out in his cross-hatching and to underline his insignificance; only his gaze penetrates the grid and a vaguely undefined desire becomes visible, the cause of which he has long forgotten.”

Bluming clouds at Parque Wilfredo Lam, Vedado, Havana.



“There is something I love about photography. Silence. And when inner stillness leads to outer stillness, there is something fulfilling about that for me. There is this inward gaze that brings everything external into harmony, because it engages completely with what is. It doesn’t try to create something, it doesn’t leave anything out, it only perceives. The gaze inwards merges with its surroundings and everything falls into place as if by itself.”


State at Play

The collection shows a nation and its people in the context of an eternal crisis, in play with the daily political and social struggle for survival.

“The single individual, the singular, the solitary, is my real theme. To be for oneself, to be in oneself. It doesn’t matter how close I get to a person, it’s almost that I can only perceive them properly from a distance, see them and feel their inner struggle. Because I don’t have to explain myself, I don’t have to behave, I just see. Two sensations overlap: the feeling of being for me and the feeling of being in someone else.”



Square Prints

A selection of images is available in exclusive 20 x 30 cm format as limited collectors prints..

They come framed 40 x 40 cm with an authentication letter, numbered and signed.
A small selection are previewed here in the Edition section. For requests and a total overview of available prints, please contact me by mail.

” Bicycle at the Malecon “


40 x 40


The “Square Print” limited edition is a collection of photographs taken on trips to Cuba, all signed and numbered, framed in high-quality 40 x 40 cm wooden frames.

Signing and framing the square prints /// 0:50s

On the Wall


70 x 100


Large format print in the size 60 x 90 cm with 5 cm white border, framed in white object frame, in the format 70 x 100 cm.


On the Wall

Exhibition View



Print size 70 cm X 100 cm | Image size 60 x 90 cm, with 5 cm white border
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