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"Optimistic realism: when you’ve lived enough to know what may happen... but you’re still curious enough to go and see what can happen."
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About me
I love creating, experimenting and learning. I don't like to compare myself or the things I do to others - I prefer to compare myself to my past self and try to out do what I did previously. With a tremendously perfectionistic take on my projects I usually always find something that I want to improve afterwards and will do so in the following project. My love for life and everything it has in store for me is the reason I do what I do. There is beauty all around us and I enjoy to point it out in my projects. My interest in new techniques, equipment or styles results in a constant search for new ideas and well thought through processes to get the best possible results.
My Story
I was born in Austria in 1999 and raised in the countryside of Southern Styria. When I was 8 my parents decided to move to Ireland with my brother and me which had a fundamental impact on who I am today. When we arrived there I could not speak a word of English and was thrown into a very different culture. I immediately had to attend school and interact with the children and teachers there. I got the hang of it rather quickly and within three months my English was good enough to communicate my needs and to interact with my friends.

After 18 months we returned to Austria and my English was at a level high enough to get into a bilingual school where the teachers primarily spoke English. There I got the chance to learn a third and fourth language. Since I prefer a more practical approach to learning I didn’t have the easiest of times in Spanish class but I really like the language and the Spanish and Hispanic cultures. Latin, the other language I studied, wasn’t such a hard subject and I really enjoyed it and the incorporation of Latin history. I never really considered myself a “language”-type of person. I was always more interested in technology… history, physics and sciences.

In 2016 I had my first phone with a camera that was good enough to film and so I decided to document what I saw on a school trip to America and shared it via YouTube with my friends and family. I was heavily inspired by Casey Neistat and looking back at it… My video was pretty bad. But not only does it convey memories and emotions, it also shows how much I have improved over the years. From that point onwards I was in love with creating videos. My brother and I bought a drone and started to experiment with different perspectives and formats.

Over time I started to develop an interest in philosophy which I also started to incorporate in my projects. In 2019 my projects gave me the possibility to study Information, Graphic and Media Design where I currently am studying for my Bachelor of Arts in Arts and Design. I am also learning to use new programs and techniques in Photography, Cinematography, Website Design, 3D Animations, Corporate Design and a lot more.
“No matter how many mistakes you make or how slow you progress, you are still way ahead of everyone who isn't trying.”
Anthony Robbins
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My Experience in

  • Filming and Editing Videos
  • Photography
  • Filming and Editing Videos
    I have been creating videos since April 2016 and have learned a lot along the way. Quite often we think of videos as a simple - almost primitive - way to communicate a message or as a tool to keep a memory forever. But in order to deliver a message or to keep a memory in the right way with the right mood and the right quality a lot of aspects other than the footage itself are essential. While both the color and the transitions play a crutial role in conwaying a mood, I've come to learn that something even more important to a video is the sounddesign of it. The way the music and the sound of the objects in focus are edited impact the piece tremendously.

    Here are my most recent video projects:

    Filming and Editing Videos
    I have been creating videos since April 2016 and have learned a lot along the way. Quite often we think of videos as a simple - almost primitive - way to communicate a message or as a tool to keep a memory forever. But in order to deliver a message or to keep a memory in the right way with the right mood and the right quality a lot of aspects other than the footage itself are essential. While both the color and the transitions play a crutial role in conwaying a mood, I've come to learn that something even more important to a video is the sounddesign of it. The way the music and the sound of the objects in focus are edited impact the piece tremendously.

    Here are my most recent video projects:


    Photography
    I have been taking pictures all my life as far as I can remember but in the past couple of years I developed a passion for long exposure photography. Quite often I use a series of long exposure shots of the night sky as a timelapse in videos but I also like to play with light itself. I also take a lot of pictures while filming which results in a series of photos from my projects and travels.

    Here are some of my favorite pictures:
    (They can all be found on my Instagram aswell)
    Wedding & Elopement Cinematography
    I’ve teamed up with the talented Laura(link) who has been working as a wedding photographer for the past couple of years to create emotional cinematic recaps of weddings, elopements and couple shoots.

    The focus is on emphasizing the raw feelings and the beauty of the couples and their special day.
    What’s so important when it comes to couple and wedding cinematography is capturing authentic emotion and conveying these very special and beautiful vibes during the post procession as well!


    The cinematic short of Lisa & Chris is hand-held footage from a shoot by Laura edited by myself.
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    "It is not for me to judge another man's life. I must judge, I must choose, I must spurn, purely for myself. For myself, alone.”
    Hermann Hesse, Siddhartha
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    “This is the real secret of life - to be completely engaged with what you are doing in the here and now. And instead of calling it work, realize it is play.”
    Alan Watts
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