I guess I am one of those artists most at home between the lines. I have many styles and talents all of which serve the image of which I have or have not a vision. I had a short spell in elementary and live drawing at the west-Berlin art academy but have been self-taught otherwise. I'm probably most interested in the invisible reality that surrounds us. I very much have my own take on the world I live in and in that sense am a bit of a gnostic animist spiritual evolutionist. I believe that art keeps a door open for humanity to re-invent itself and the world by simply changing the vision we have of it. In that sense I like to think of myself as a visionary and a servant to the world. I believe that it is culture that unites us and that the welfare of humanity results from a successful exchange of culture. We live in a material world filled with objects, however, to me my work is important not as a mere object but for the vision it projects.