Sometimes, I write and direct short films.

The most recent one is a mini Blade Runner (1982) sequel titled “Persōna”.

With 60+ people involved across 6 locations, it was my largest production so far. It’s not out yet. Here’s the trailer:

Here, we were shooting underground at Urbane Nachbarschaft Samtweberei in Krefeld with about 20 extras. Operating the camera, it’s Lukas Spijkermans of Bildmühle, the hard-working DOP on this project.

You’ll find more on my Vimeo soon. The only bottleneck on how many films I’ll make is how much time I take for my other work.

I hosted KOPFKINO, a monthly evening on filmmaking, at designkrefeld.

How are films developed and put together? How do filmmakers think? For a few months, I passed on what I had come across so far, illustrating film theory with example clips from Genius to Grotesque.

Entry was free for students, it’s open-ended, there’s popcorn and beer. I’ve been told both the total newcomers and the more advanced students got something out if it…

After each 40-minute program, I interviewed an active filmmaker of the faculty, introducing them to about 50 guests. I stopped running the event later, because I wanted to give other projects more of my time.

Visual impressions of past projects

In Verso (2016) was my very first short.

After my artist residency at Turtle Filmfest Hólmavík in Iceland in the summer of 2015, I edited this reconstruction of countryside memories (Vimeo):

Testing the design faculty’s new equipment, I found myself making a spoken-poem-video. Click through to Vimeo:

I edited, sound-designed and partly directed a friend’s short film on the subjective experience of mental sources of suffering. It’s called ECHO:

ECHO - Kurzfilm

I’m now looking to make music videos.

I’m open to a good match. If I love your music and find you promising, I’ll consider doing the first project for free. If you’re interested, say Hi.