I work as a self-employed designer, programmer and teacher in Berlin, interested in trans­forming data and infor­ma­tion into visual struc­tures while keeping a broad understanding of what a visualisation can be. I believe in a critical and theory-informed approach to data visualisation and design in general. I prefer to work with non-profit organisations, foundations, universities, journalists, and activists with open-source licenses.


Before starting as a freelancer, I was part of the Urban Complexity Lab at the FH Potsdam in the Senses project on the communication of climate change scenarios.

Besides, I regularly teach data journalism and information design at the TU Dortmund and FH Potsdam. In non-Corona times, I also co-organise the Data Visualisation Meetup in Berlin.

Selection of projects

I’m fortunate to have worked with many great clients like the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Simons Foundation, Deutsche Welle, Friedrich Ebert Stiftung and Zeit Online. Listed is a sample of these works from the last years. Find more on the projects page and subscribe to the RSS feed for updates.
Greening the financial system Science communication

Greening the financial system

With countries targeting net-zero, the transitions pose significant risks. The NGFS scenario portal was created together with the PIK to explain and analyse plausible scenarios to central banks and supervisors.

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Communicating climate change scenarios Science communication

Communicating climate change scenarios

In this three-year project, we created modules that aim to make climate change scenarios understandable and more accessible. The international consortium consisted of scientists from PIK, IIASA, SEI, WUR and FH;P.

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Co-creating a framework of IoT risks Visual research

Co-creating a framework of IoT risks

The workshop brought together a group of experts to create a database for the existing and potential risks of consumer IoT. The visualisation helped evaluate, discuss and display the working process.

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Post-digital materiality in theory and praxis Research framework

Post-digital materiality in theory and praxis

Together with Paul Heinicker, I created this online collection of resources that maps academic as well as artistic perspectives that reflect digital conditions within materialist discourses.

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Mapping the world of mathematics Science communication

Mapping the world of mathematics

In collaboration with Quanta Magazine and Kim Albrecht, we created a map to explore and understand the current frontiers of mathematics.

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OpenRefine Introduction

OpenRefine is a commonly used tool in data visualisation. This guide gives an overview of the main functionalities like inspecting data, clustering, merging and reformatting datasets.

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