• Queen Elizabeth National Park, Ishasha Sector, Uganda 2018

  • Samburu National Reserve, Kenya 2016

    Murchison Falls National Park, Uganda 2018

  • Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania 2014

    Samburu National Reserve, Kenya 2016

  • Amboseli National Park. Kenya 2016

  • "What a Wonderful World“

    Masai Mara, Kenya 2016

  • Mikumi National Park, Tanzania 2014

  • Childhood Dream (Tribute to Jules Verne’s book „Five Weeks in a Balloon“)

    Serengeti National Park, Tanzania 2012

  • Mgahinga National Park, Uganda 2018

    Bwindi National Park, Uganda 2018

  • Amboseli National Park, Kenya 2016

  • Masai Mara, Kenya 2016

  • Lord of the Flies

    Ruaha National Park, Tanzania 2014

  • Ruaha National Park, Tanzania 2014

  • Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda 2018

    Mgahinga National Park, Uganda 2018

  • Ruaha National Park,Tanzania 2014

    Selous Game Reserve, Tanzania 2014

  • The Last Two of Her Kind

    Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya 2016

  • Lake Manyara National Park, Tanzania 2012

    Skeleton Coast, Namibia 2009

  • Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda 2018

  • „On your journey cross the wilderness from the desert to the well ...“ Chris Rea, The Road To Hell

    Road to Windhoek, Namibia 2010

Under the Spell of Africa

Although I should have known better, Africa seemed to me very alien for a long time, so that my wife Ines had to give me a little push for our first Africa journey in 2009. On our first trip through Namibia, I fell in love with the solitary and sublime vastness of the landscapes, so deeply was my soul touched by this land. Since then I have often traveled to countries of southern and eastern Africa. Nowhere else in the world can one find such a large amount of wild predators and mammals. The previously unknown genre of wildlife photography started to fascinate me. Being in the nature, only relying on a chance or intuition to make an image in the right light at the perfect place, was euphoric for me. My pictures show the Africa that I love, and although I know that this continent is not only romantic and beautiful, it is important to me to capture everything in my photographs for this and subsequent generations because they are worth protecting.