Michael studied Photography Design in Berlin and started his career as an assistant to several leading photographers in Germany and England. Back in the days when Polaroids and large format photography were not considered relics,he specialized in the technical aspects of analog photography, its preciseness and the workflows that it demands. Taking photographs at the most impossible times of day became routine for Michael, no matter where he was in the world.
He developed a craving for good light, which gradually changed his perspective. It's undeniable that his works reflect his passion for cinematic lighting. He found himself using all kind of cameras, lenses, films and techniques to photograph different subject matter.
His work now represents what he is most passionate about: exploring the boundaries of human interaction, the aesthetics of brands and the point of it all. Michael loves experimentation. His keen eye, and urge to solve problems, drive him every day as a photographer. He works enthusiastically in teams towards a common goal where everyone contributes their own unique ingredients.
Beyond that, you will find Michael in his garden repairing his boat, painting the little cottage in Falun Red or playing with his kids.