A born and bred Berliner, I started working as a freelance web developer at the age of 18, in 2001. After dabbling in media art and communication design, I discovered my real passion lay in the front- and back-end development of online travel communities, social networks and science projects.

Between 2009 and 2011, I ran Germany’s biggest horror movie blog – based on my own CMS. Concurrently, I created the concept, design and programming of the re-launched Berliner Gazette magazine.

Following this, I co-founded (foo)bugs. From 2011 to 2015 we provided PHP, node.js and front-end support, in addition to IT consulting and quality assurance, for both start-ups and established companies. Between 2014–2016, I’ve been a partner of media monitoring company, Toocan.

Recently, I’ve focused on supporting project teams, based on the experience gleaned from 15 year’s of successful – and failed – web projects. I understand the importance of creating clean, fast performing code, as well as defining a clearly structured product. I also acknowledge maintaining a certain quality and well mapped-out processes.

Whether you’re a local start-up or global organization, I can give life to your ideas and support your online needs. Contact ME to discuss your needs!