When work is not just work
I read a quote once that said "Do what you love and you'll never work a day in your life," and it has been stuck in my mind ever since. During grammar school we had the possibility to take optional subjects and because the day before I watched Fight Club - and that was actually the first film where I not only loved the plot, but also how it was made - I decided to take “film making”. This was kind of the start when I decided to work in the film business. At the beginning I wanted to keep all options open and tried to get to know other media fields like radio or print better by doing internships in those fields. All categories were in interesting, but deep inside I always knew, it’s going to be film.
I take advantage of what the world of technology has provided to me to produce what I love. I love telling stories and showing emotions using motion picture. I love to hear and receive feedback from people, and I enjoy being able to show people what I see through my eyes.
I've met amazing people, had the honour to work with some great personalities and I've made people appreciate me and my accomplishments. I think, I can even say film making became my life, because the second I turn my head to a different direction, I get a new idea of what to capture on film.