I'm a researcher and designer focused on approaching systemic challenges, exploring alternative futures, and developing long-term strategies.
As an independent practitioner I work on self-initiated and commissioned projects, writings, and photographs. In the past I collaborated amongst others with the MIT, TheGreenEyl, DesignFarm, and HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd.
I'm the co-creator of OpenDataCam, an open-source tool for offline, transparent and privacy respecting AI-based data collection in urban environments.
Formerly I've worked at the Daimler funded research organization move lab (previously moovel lab), where I've approached questions around artificial intelligence, multimodal mobility, and global urbanization. I've also worked at the design firm Domestic Data Streamers, where I've helped to develop data-driven experiences, stories, and installations.
Currently I'm based in Berlin, after having lived in Stuttgart, New York, Barcelona, Valencia, Santiago de Chile, and Mössingen.