I am a researcher and strategic designer, writer, photographer, and co-founder of the design collective Lovolab based in Berlin, Germany. I specialise in identifying patterns in human interaction and behavior. The insights it generates helps and inspires organizations to make informed decisions about design, product strategy, brand, and public policy. I spend lots of time in the field and turn what i hear and see into visual and written stories such as Vespa Island.
In my earlier career I was product manager at Mobisol, a global solar off-grid company, where I spent weeks in the field hearing and observing the life of customers in East Africa. I've worked with products that collectively have impacted the life of more than 500.000 people living off-the-grid. Prior, I studied engineering in Aachen, Stuttgart, and Istanbul.
I've got a thing for coconut trees and coffee grinders.