Comfy, wooden interior and nice outdoor sitting in the summer.
One of the biggest parks in the world.
A great selection of contemporary art.
A place worth visiting if you're into art, graphic design, and architecture.
This well-known school teaches everything to do with TV, film, and media.
Products from local manufacturers.
Fashionable collections for men, women, and kids.
A little paradise away from the urban hustle.
A cute little restaurant with a focus on organic products and healthy cooking.
This museum hosts great contemporary art. Sometimes there are even tours in English.
Fine Asian cuisine, focusing mainly on Thai and Japanese dishes. Love it!
Have a look at the website for current art installations and exhibitions. This is place is just too cool!
This building from the 70's is a landmark residential building. It's also been the shooting location for various TV crime series.
This is where the Bavarian architects association is based.
There are 16 different sections inside and outside the greenhouse. They host changing exhibitions and events on flora.
This is where I go for new clothes. Their stuff is pretty cool but still classic and clean.
This is a nice store for fashionable and hip men and women.
Did you know that ACNE stands for "Ambition to Create Novel Expressions“?
This location is home to some well-curated fashion and lifestyle brands.
The first Aesop store just opened in Munich, in Luitpoldblock. Their premium beauty products are the best!
For me, as a great fan and collector of magazines, this is the best magazine and book store in the city.
This is where I go running.
Bad weather is no problem for us, we just keep playing soccer inside.
You can get here easily by train, leaving from the city centre. It's a beautiful lake, perfect for swimming and sunbathing in summer.
From this natural elevation you have a beautiful view of the whole alpine panorama.
My thoughts about Munich
It’s a mix of a city and a village. There are lots of opportunities and great things to do but it’s not big enough to get lost. It’s calm and personal. The creative scene is small and most people are really friendly, so it’s easy to connect. For me, Munich is the best place to come back to.
Pinakothek der Moderne for great architecture and good exhibitions.
Take a vacation into My life
I was born and raised in Munich, lived in the UK for two years during high school, then started university in Berlin. I finished university at LMU in Munich (Business Administration). I started in photography and film after high school and grew my career during the last couple of years. At the moment I am a full-time photographer, director, and entrepreneur.
I personally love the last bits of sunshine before the night falls. Everything seems so calm and peaceful in these moments.
People, books, magazines, music. But mostly people; the ones that have exceptional ideas and a great outlook on life. I really believe in human energy, in changing things with your thoughts and attitude towards others. There’s no better inspiration than people with a positive energy.
Reliable, ambitious, creative, sometimes funny but probably too serious, often late but with good excuses.
Creativity, Openness, Love, Nature, Sports.
I’m currently reading "Patti Smith - Just Kids" for the second time. It’s definitely one of the best books I’ve ever read and actually the first one I ever read twice. Besides that I have a huge magazine collection. I particularly love: ID Magazine, LOVE Magazine, Another Man, Self Service, I love you Magazine, Fantastic Man, The Gentlewoman, British, French and Australian Vogue, and Interview Magazine.
Concerning newspapers, during the week I always read Süddeutsche Zeitung. On Sundays Frankfurter Sonntagszeitung.
My Favourite films and directors are:
"A Single Man" by Tom Ford
"Into the Wild" by Sean Penn
"Nowhere Boy" by Sam Taylor-Wood
"Perks of Being a Wallflower" by Stephen Chbosky
“City of God” by Fernando Meirelles
Besides that I admire the work of directors like Yoann Lemoine (Woodkid), Nabil and Romain Gavras.
And I really like the older James Bond films – the new ones are nice as well, but the ones from the 60s and 70s are particularly cool.
I don’t watch a lot of series, mostly funny German/Bavarian ones like “Hubert und Staller” (which is hilarious by the way!).
Cape Town, Sardinia, Stockholm, Norway, Los Angeles, London (+ the South of England area, Brighton, etc.)
Love and respect.
opening up to new experiences. Challenging your point of view. Learning about our world and all the different people that live in it.