About Me

1990 – 1994  
Studies of science of religion and social system in Eichstätt and Freiburg

1994 – 1997  
Bachelor of wood sculpting
College of carving and carpenter, Berchtesgaden, Germany

2000 – 2006  
Bachelor and Master of Fine Art  
State Academy of Fine Art in Karlsruhe, Germany with Prof Hiromi Akiyama, Prof Franka Hörnschemeyer, Prof Sabine Hornig and Prof John Bock

2005 – 2006
Master student with Prof John Bock

Co-founder of the producer gallery “Kunstbetrieb qb 15”, Karlsruhe

Nomination for the Marianne-Werefkin-Award
Scholarship of the EnBW, Energie Baden-Württemberg AG

2009 – 2010
Scholarship from the Else-Heiliger-Fond of the Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation

2009 – 2010
Work and study stay in Imperia, Italy

Member of the Munich Secession

Nomination for Phönix Art Award

2013 – 2014
Work and study stay in Melbourne AUS

Member of the Association of Sculptors of Victoria

Member of the National Association for the Visual Arts

Meridian Foundry Bronze Casting Award
Kinglake Art Show, First place in Sculpture
Member of the Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors
Member of ANZACATA, Association for Creative Arts Therapies in Australia, New Zealand and Asia

Highly Commended Award, “Changing Perspectives” with Melbourne Society of Women Painters and Sculptors
Member of Victorian Artists Society

Summer Exhibition 2023, Victorian Artists Society, Third Prize in Sculpture
VAS George Hicks Foundation Contemporary Exhibition, First Prize in Sculpture



Since 2022
Art Tutor for Sculpting, Melbourne Studio of Art, Melbourne

2016 – 2018
Art Therapist, Nachsorge Zentrum Augsburg, Germany (Aftercare Centre for post-clinical neurorehabilitation for people with acquired brain injury)

2015 – 2017
Art Tutor, University of Greifswald, Germany

2014 – 2015
Art Teacher, High School Maria Stern, Augsburg, Germany

2010 – 2015
Art Tutor, Summer Academy Neuburg / Donau, Germany

2008 – 2009
Art Course Instructor, Women’s Prison Lichtenberg, Berlin, Germany


This is a world where things mix and intermingle, where nothing stays in it’s place. It is a world where animal, plant, machine and human unite and commingle. We have to ask ourselves, if it is so hard to figure out where one thing starts and another ends, can we really continue to believe in the barriers that separate us.
In a world where the cultural and the natural – the technological and organic – are ever more intermingled, this wilderness is my symbolic representation of a place where technology has become so natural that it takes on a life of it’s own.