I am an Austrian, German and American designer. I studied New Media and Interface- and Interaction Design at the University of the Arts Berlin, Transformation Design at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam as well as Graphic- and Communication Design at Die Graphische in Vienna.
I have worked within the fields of concept & design as well as graphic design and have been teaching and organising seminars as well as workshops at universities – alone and as part of collectives. I have an expertise in a variety of disciplines: conception, graphic design, coding, prototyping, interaction design and electronics. I have worked at graphic studios and departments of different sizes in Austria as well as the United States and been freelancing since 2016. My creative work is heavily based on as well as influenced by socio-political theories mainly concerning structural inequalities and power relationships. Hence also the masters degree in Gender Studies I am currently working on at the University of Vienna.
Within the last years I have published a book as well as multiple articles. On days I am not reading, prototyping, sitting in front of my computer or out in nature I like to work with wood.