Since 1987, when I created my first logo, it has been my passion to find the best design solutions for print and online media. I work with text, illustrations, quantitative graphics, photos and video sequences, and bring them together in reports, flyers, posters, business cards, magazines, brochures, presentations and websites.
I acquired most of my design skills through observation, analysis and imitation, but also through many courses, from books, and by following great designers online. Some of my most important teachers were John McWade, Ran Segall, Von Glitschka, and Doyald Young.
My background is in natural sciences (Ph.D. in biochemistry, hence the pipette), but I also worked (and still work) in various management and consulting positions. My wife is an amazing Creativity Coach
and inspiring artist. With my friends I practice Kyudo (Japanese Zen archery), a centuries-old tradition of meditation. When I find the time, I like helping out in our first aid club or kneading the dough for a good home-baked bread.
I look at the world around me from many different angles, constantly collecting inspiration and sharpening my graphic design tools.