my academic path
Over the course of my career, I have created a variety of user-centered products - from curating exhibitions and strategic brand development to technology-based business model development - with the theme of innov-ation running like a common thread through my professional journey.
My academic background includes degrees in art history and philosophy from the Ruprecht-Karls-University of Heidelberg and in museology from the École du Louvre in Paris (with exhibition curation, law, marketing, press, etc.). These qualifications are complemented by certifications in business as well as a wide range of professional experience that provided me with comprehensive insights into complex structures and the effective coordination between different areas.
innovation for society and industry
As an intrinsic 'why' and 'why not' thinker, I have always enjoyed challenging conventional thinking, examining familiar processes and spotting new trends - constantly curious about the world without thinking in terms of boundaries. It is exciting for me to observe the existing situation, get to the bottom of things and achieve added value as a whole through holistic analysis and innovative optimization of individual components - in the most diverse contexts and for various industries. 'L'art pour l'art' (art for art's sake) does not attract me. It is rather the power of art and creativity as a mirror of society and the interest in so many different topics that have determined my path and my work. You can find sucessfully implemented work samples in my Portfolio.