1992 – 1998
Masters of Arts in Art History and Philosophy, Freie Universität, Berlin Dissertation Topic: history of the reception of Paula Modersohn-Becker Adviser: Reiner Hausherr1994 Niedersachsen Foundation. Seminar: German Impressionism in the National Gallery
1992 – 1997
Consistent work at the Otto-Modersohn-Museum in Fischerhude
1990 – 1992
Living in New York as a conceptual artist under the Art Label WORLD FREELIFE FOUND
Summer Academy in Salzburg with Magdalena Jetelova
1988 – 1990
Internship in Sculpture in Kiel with Jan Koblasa
1987 – 1989
Civil Service 1987 Exchange with Emilio Vedova and Alfred Hrdlicka
High School Graduation
Study of anatomy in the Lübeck University Hospital
Advice and recommendations from Henry Moore
2006 – 2011
Teacher of Sculpture, Phorms School in Berlin Mitte
Guest Professor in Visual Arts, University of Paris 8
EU Erasmus Intensive Programme in collaboration with the Academies of Prague, Bologna and Granada, the University of Paris 8 and the Berlin Freie Universität. Organizer, Exhibition Commissioner, Workshop Leader
1997 – 2005
Student Lectureship, the Institute of Art History at Berlin Freie Universität, Interdisciplinary Division. Drawing for Art Historians. Compositional Analysis.
Tutorial Program, the Institute of Art History at Berlin Freie Universität. The spatial form. A theoretical and practical propaedeutic.
GRAND PRIX Paul-Lous Weiller pour le portrait en sculpture, Académie des Beaux-Arts, Institut de France
Scholarship for a foreign country of The Cultural Foundation of the German Federal States. Composition Studies of Michelangelo’s Medici-Chapel.