I would like to thank a few important people for inspiring and supporting me over the past ten years. At Meiré und Meiré, where I spent six years working at the interface of culture and design, my passion for graphic design was supported and allowed to flourish. Mike Meiré, as well as Creative Director Tim Giesen, with whom I worked very closely, had a big impact on me. They inspired me to constantly push the boundaries of modern graphic design.

I feel incredibly lucky that I was able to continue my career in Paris when I was hired by Ezra Petronio and Suzanne Koller for Petronio Associates. The agency’s clients represent a selection of the world’s most prestigious fashion, fragrance, beauty and luxury brands, which allowed me to expand the scope of my work as an art director to include fashion and photo shootings.

I’d always felt drawn to Berlin. I relocated there for the opportunity to work as head of creation for the German fashion and accessory label, Liebeskind Berlin. This experience enhanced my business, marketing and production knowledge fundamentally. The French Creative Director Morgan Diguerher was consulting for the brand at the time and became a huge source of inspiration to me as well as a friend.