Hopelessly naive and optimistic pragmatist with an interest in the absurd & abstract.
Some people have called me a catalyst and an enabler. More frequently I am called crazy. I agree.
The two questions I get asked the most are: "How do you come up with shit like that?" and "When do you do all that stuff?"
Translator (plays, exhibition catalogues, fiction); set and video designer (Festspiele Bregenz, San Francisco Opera, Badische Landesbühne Bruchsal); curator (Daniel Johnston, Bruce Bickford, Isaac Cordal, James Oliver et al.); author (fiction, poems, fragments); editor (mainly exhibition catalogues); creative consultant (brands, marketing, project support); art director; artist.
Open for projects any time. Just ping me.
Available on a bunch of social networks under my real name. Feel free to connect.
Unique traits: The only thing I aspire to is not to aspire, but to do. (I said that.)
Theater by Badische Landesbühne / Wolf E. Rahlfs video design I provided video concept and design for this production of an old German classic. The photo is an unused design.
Theater by San Francisco Opera / Jacopo Spirei video design, restaging I completely restaged the set design of a pre-existing production, adding video.
Vingt-quatres heures de la vie d'une femme
Theater by Badische Landesbühne Bruchsal / Wolf E. Rahlfs Stage Design / Video Triangluar stage design with three projection surfaces; pre-produced material mixed with life-video. Costume: Kerstin Oelker, music composition: Paolo Greco.
Theater by Bregenzer Festspiele Art Direction (Video) Photo credit: Karl Forster, Bregenzer Festspiele.
An Authorized Adaptation of Frank Zappa's Thing-Fish
Theater by Stagecraft Entertainment Producer / Art Director Photo credit: Dirk Neuhof
I don't believe in awards.
Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts