"I started photography because I was always too lazy to write. Now, I am in my thirties and out of excuses. In my professional life, I am a Berlin-based field researcher and strategic designer, writer, photographer, and co-founder of the design collective Lovolab. I specialise in identifying patterns in human interaction and behavior. My work has brought me to countries such as Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, and, well, Germany. Sometimes I turn the things I hear and see into visual and written stories, such as Vespa Island. Also, I've got a thing for coconut trees and coffee grinders."