My name refers to mountains, though my family originally comes from the Baltic Sea. I prefer working on the go with a sketchbook- my utensils are soft pencils, gouache and collage materials. My focus is on book and editorial illustration, live drawing and cooperation in scenographic concepts.  I also work as a teacher for Nude Drawing, Adobe Photoshop, dry painting techniques and workshops with kids.

VITA

// born in Kamen, Germany [1989]

// design studies at Münster School of Design with focus on illustration [2012–2016]

// work as a freelancer since 2014 and living in Berlin

// teaching book illustration at Münster school of Design and organizing nude figure drawing sessions, teaching Adobe Photoshop at BTK University of Applied Sciences Europe in Berlin [2014–2017]

AWARDS

// Nominated for Hans Meid Award [2017]

// German Design Award 2018 category Excellent Communications Design
Illustration and scenographic concept Scheiße sagt man nicht/ Don’t say shit! for LWL Museum, Detmold. Cooperation with design agency BOK+Gärtner, Münster

// if Communication Design Award 2017 category Interior Architecture
Illustration and scenographic concept Scheiße sagt man nicht/ Don’t say shit! for LWL Museum, Detmold. Cooperation with design agency BOK+Gärtner, Münster

TEACHING

// Drawing workshops at LWL Museum Münster [2015]

// Nude figure drawing sessions at Münster School of Design [2014-2015]

// PLAY BOOK! Experimental book illustration, workshop at Münster School of Design [11, 2017]

// PHOTOSHOP FOR ILLUSTRATORS. University of Applied Sciences Berlin, UE [since 2017]

// DRY PAINTING TECHNIQUES. Münster School of Design [since 10/2018]

CLIENTS

// BOK+ Gärtner,  BTK University of Applied Science, BZ Berlin, DAS MAGAZIN, Deutsches Historisches Museum Berlin, designreport, edenspiekermann, emotion magazine, jüli publishing house, kitkatclub Berlin, Kunstanstifter publishing house, jaja publishing house, Little Teaser, LWL Museum Detmold, LWL Museum Münster, MÄNNER magazine, Mixtvision publishing house, MSD Münster School of Design, perspective daily, REVUE — Magazine for the next society, TRANSPARENT