A swiss-army-knife filmmaker, editor and DP, if there ever was one. He has extensive knowledge of filmmaking techniques and a true DIY attitude.
What do you consider yourself?
"A creative medium that encourages people to shine"
How did you get into film?
"In the year 2000 a VHS tape fell into my hands when I was 11 years old - “Alien Workshop - Photosynthesis”. This video was and still is until this day my biggest source of inspiration."
What or who has most influenced your career?
"Music & Skateboarding"
What film do you think everyone should have seen?
"Every Spike Jonze film, Mary&Max, Mid90s & Stutz by Jonah Hill"
Where were you when inspiration last struck?
"By the water!"
What’s the most recent piece of tech that you’ve bought?
"A timelapse-motor for my Bolex H16"
What’s the most significant change you’ve witnessed in the industry since you started working in it?
"I want to see more experimental films that break patterns and explore new ideas, as long as the client trusts the filmmaker."
If there was one thing you could change about the advertising industry, what would it be?
"Replacing fear with empowerment & trust, especially on the client and agency side in order to set up a healthy atmosphere/platform to create art."
Plans for the future?
"Start sailing, being by the water as much as possible, and find balance & peace"