Based in Los Angeles (via NYC and Berlin), I am a German illustrator specializing in drawing and exploration for illustrative branding, interior spaces, editorials, video and advertising.
Amazon, AngelList, Barnard College, Buzzfeed, Clarins, Cosmopolitan, Disney, Gap, Ginza Magazine Tokyo, Harper Collins, Hulu, Hyperobject Industries, Johns Hopkins University, La Colombe, Penguin Random House, Popsugar, Seymoure Gloves, Sony Music, The Good American, The Los Angeles Times, The New Yorker, The Washington Post, Tumblr, Vans, Warby Parker and more.
WARBY PARKER STORE
My artwork is featured on both exterior and interior spaces of Warby Parker’s third Brooklyn store located on 208 Flatbrush Avenue, NY 11217.
ABOUT MY WORK
My experience spans over a decade of brand and agency work. While I am confident in my skills to self-generate ideas, I also thrive collaborating with other creatives.
Though I enjoy exploring a wide range of subject matter, recurring themes in my work are: self-care, love, and improvement (often imagined at the intersection of human characters and personal objects). I most often create floating conceptual drawings with space to dream and imagine. My favorite medium is pen and ink on paper and I love to create digital lines with a similar handmade feel.
Apparel, Book Illustration, Brand Exploration, Conceptual Artwork, Content Pieces, Editorial Illustration, Greeting Card Designs, Hand-made Drawings, Iconography, Illustrative Branding, Interior Illustrations, Line Art, Minimal Art, Mural Design, Live and Event Drawing, Pen And Ink, Spot Illustrations, Style Frames & Vectors
I’m also a dreamer, nightgazer, ambient aficionado, bookworm & cinephile. When I’m not drawing, I hike, play my 80s synth or go to a film screening