I enjoy taking photographs of nature and rural places. What strikes me the most are structures, objects, and assemblages of things: The way in which things appear in the world, how they are shaped as well as their being fascinates me. With my photographs, I try to create instances of things as they are, not primarily to arrange them aesthetically, but rather to pinpoint how they are situated in the world.
There is, at times, an artistic touch to what I do. Certain projects, like documenting the food at university are the exception here. They are not happenstances but deliberately arranged in particular ways. Most other photographs I do focus on things as they are – or maybe rather how I interpret them to be.