"Coming to Germany and choosing the IMLA programme was definitely one of my all time favourite decisions ever. I learned how to adapt, be independent, be open hearted, react quickly and let go when needed. It was an important stepping stone in making the landscape architect (and person) I am today. I consider myself so lucky to have had the experience I did, with the amazing people that came into my life and became my family. If I could, I would do it all over again - in a heartbeat, without a single doubt in my mind."
bdla Bavaria Award 2015 for his Master’s Thesis with the title ‘Impossible Landscapes’ (together with Yudi Gao- Köhler)
Currently employed at EGKK Landschaftsarchitektur, Vienna (Austria)