What drew you to street photography initially?
Most of the time I’m a very spontaneous person. And in my opinion, street photography is very spontaneous, too. You can’t plan every detail in advance. You have to be very focused for the special moments on the streets. It’s an very intuitive genre and that’s why it’s all about being at the right place in the right time.
I love the architecture you incorporate in your images. Where are you shooting?
Most of the time I’m shooting in the streets of Hamburg/Germany. Hamburg has so many different kinds of architecture. From modern to old – in Hamburg you will find everything. I love a different kind of view.
Do you have any tips for others who want to shoot architecture when they go out on the street?
Try different angels. Find exiting edges, frames, special spots and stop shooting the hole building – everybody’s doing this and that’s why it’s pretty boring!
What would you say is the biggest challenge street photographers face?
Not to be shy.
What has street photography taught you? (About photography, life, anything…)
To be intuitive and see details, when I’m out on the streets.