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HERE AND NOW
This long-term project is about life. The life of my little children as it unfolds. For children, life is a discovery every day. But how is it to be a child? How was it to be a child? When you have no worries about yesterday or tomorrow? When only the moment counts? For adult’s childhood often seems like a desirable and endlessly ongoing time in life with full of love, joy and safety, but from a child’s perspective it is also a rollercoaster of emotions, an eternal struggle between the child’s simultaneous dependence and need for autonomy: self-discovery, fear, happiness, pain, hope and self-doubt. The emotional state of a young child often suddenly changes from one second to another. I try to capture these unique moments in a honest way, as they come up in a natural manner. I don’t ask my sons to pose for me. But as I keep a camera on hand as often I can, I am able to record their life in a fluid way. So these images are candid — not staged — but always subjective.

An excerpt of HERE AND NOW was published in Schwarzweiss Issue 118 in June 2017 (8 pages, 10 images with text). For more information click HERE.

Due to personal reasons only few images are shown on the website. Currently the project contains over 100 images. For more information write me a message. Thank you.