Since the 70s, I have occupied myself artistically alongside my study of law. My interest has always been primarily for abstract, reduced, and form-based, spatial art. In my current artistic work the construction itself takes ﬁrst place, although the changeability and the liveliness of the ﬁnished object are important to me. In 2004 I discovered the potential of felt for my spatial creation. I have completed education at the Felt School in Oberrot/ Germany and went for studies of art history and ﬁne arts. I appreciate the felt material and its artistic message but I do not call myself a felter. I now live and work as a self-employed fibre artist in Wiesbaden Germany.