Home of the Renaissance Soul (& Filmmaker & Writer)
“The creative works I love to make have one thing in common only…the subject and the story needs to crack my heart open and break it. And I don’t want it to mend, not before my work is finished.”
Behind every story lies the fragility of the creator. Because those who have the courage to create, may also fall. Choosing a career as a filmmaker/writer was the scariest choice I made in life. But the best! At 45 I decided to switch from being a behavorial consultant to becoming a storyteller with my camera and pen. Since 2009 I follow whatever deeply moves me in the current moment. It feels like I am finally fulfulling childhood dreams: simply doing what I love and forgetting my Ego. Mostly I am drawn towards are our great universal themes of life. I am really good with ‘heavy’ subjects. Let’s say: compelling biographies, complicated life stories. I deeply dislike fake. I want the raw, the irrational, the pure stuff. And here’s the strange contradiction: I am mostly touched by subtlety in life, that – in the end – tells the big story. You agree?