- Studies at the University for Music and Theater Hannover, Germany
- Advanced education in different dance techniques with internationally renowned teachers such as Dick O’ Swanborn, Jose de Udaeta, Maria Suroviak and Alan Howard.
- Education in the Waganowa instruction technique for classical ballet, by Ursula Borrmann.
- 18 month advanced education in group dynamics and group therapy with certificate of the DAGG Munich.
- Dancer in free ensembles of Modern Dance
- Various TV appearances
- Instructor for New Artistic Dance at the Academy for Theater, Bergisch Gladbach, Germany.
- 10 year ownership, operating and leading the Ballet School Dance Gallery (August 1999 until February 2009)
- Leader and choreographer of the Ensemble Arabesque until 2008
- Since 2009 free-lancing choreographer
- Since summer 2008 member of the Production Center for Dance and Performance, Stuttgart, Germany.
- Since 2010 member of the “tanzsociety” Cologne, Germany
- Since January 2011 associated member of studio A24 Bergisch Gladbach, Germany.
- Artistically connected with tanZköln (dance Cologne)
Subject of my work is the search for the nature of human beings. Is it possible to love them, to trust them? They do everything they are capable of in order to live a successful and comfortable life. They follow their needs, longings and dreams, obey egoism and are subjected to compulsion.
Their needs opposes the very own demands. Are moments of joy and cheer, against the background of these contrasts, possible as an awareness of life? Or will they lead to sorrow, loneliness and an unfulfilled longing for commonality?
I acquire the choreographic development of my work in a synthesis of different dance techniques. They mutually compliment and enrich themselves. As a result a very personal dance language emerged, that offers many possibilities and a variety of dramaturgical expressions. Inspiring as well is the occasional concurrence of dance and prose/poetry. I very much enjoy the work with the dancers. Their artistic potential is impulse-giving as much as it inspires me.
I always find the greatest pleasure in my work, through the thematically and choreographically development, from the first step up to fulfillment.