The July-August issue of free skate mag is out.
My photo of Daniel Pannemann’s fs flip was honored with the opener page.
It’s a really great memory of a day that could’nt have been any better.
We were with a group of homies in my town. All of us skated this one sunny spot, before we went for dinner where we had a good chat and some beers.
This saturday I am gonna show some pictures from California at ARROW & BEAST in Stuttgart.
Please swing by to have burritos and drinks together.
Thank you SOLO Skateboard Magazine and New Balance Numeric for the support.
In January I went on a bloody cold trip to Naples, Italy.
The results made it to issue #31 of Irregular skatemag which you can get in pretty much every skateshop in Germany and Austria.
It comes with a great layout and a rad Fabian Fuchs interview that you should check.
Sporting ace and evergreen Michael Mackrodt went to a family trip to Aquitaine, France last summer. I responded his call and followed him quietly to get sunkissed and shoot some photos in between. Some leftovers now made it to IRREGULAR #30.
Off. Magazine has just premiered their first issue at the bright tradeshow and at Lobby, Hamburg.
We combined both events with small exhibitions showing analog photos of mine from 2017. It mostly contained photos of my last years journeys to Copenhagen and Saloniki.
Here are further details about the mag.
Last October our long awaited trip to Detroit came true.
We were pretty blessed with our guide Justin Bohl, the weather and most of the spots. Altogether it has been an amazing trip.
A Super 8 clip and some more pictures were put up today on the placemag website. The full article is published in the current PLACE issue 62.
A few weeks ago the book “City Triptych 2016” was premiered and exhibited in Berlin.
Alongside all the big names of european skateboard photography I also assisted with some photos of Dustin Dollin, Michael Mackrodt and Daniel Pannemann.
The 365-page book can be ordered here.
My buddy Louis Taubert and me have been working on a feature story for SOLO skatemag during this summer.
We travelled up the danish west coast to skate, surf, camp and actually just hung out.
Soon there might be a little clip about the adventure on the SOLO website. Keep your eyes peeled.
Spending most of my free time with my camera once again paid off.
This photo shows Louis Taubert skating the dunes of Denmark.
We made it to the front page of one of the nicest magazines in the world of skateboarding.
Thomas Busottil, the creative mind behind www.deparisyearbook.com, spreaded some good news today:
“We’re launching the new book, called “City Triptych 2016″ as it comes this year under one 365 pages Book.”
There is going to be a launch event plus a exhibition starting September, 15th in Berlin.
I am once again super psyched to finally see the result and also to be a part of the whole puzzle.