Scientist by day, photographer by night…
and sometimes the other way around.
It’s a small ritschi in a big world.
This is my personal website that I update incredibly irregularly. It contains personal anecdotes, and photographic evidence of the many wonders of this world.
By far incomplete, ever to be extended.
New shores – literally: Life in San Diego
Most recent journal entries:
Where I spent most of crazy 2020: 日本
For stories, updates, fun facts and more please see my Japan travel journal …
… for just photos with minimal amount of comments see the Japan photo gallery.
Other Travel Galleries
I was born in 1992 in Tirol (Austria), where I grew up. Since then I have lived in Zurich (Switzerland), Dublin (Ireland), Beijing (China), and Kyoto (Japan).
I am a scientist, educated in Physical Chemistry, in particular Electron Paramagnetic Resonance spectroscopy (for more information see a list of my published work on Google scholar, and the Tiny Science Corner below).
Photography is a long time hobby of mine, 2020 has finally given me the opportunity to set up this cozy litte page to showcase some of my work, and sporadically add some content.
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Tiny Science Corner
Education & Interest
I studied Interdisciplinary Science at ETH Zurich, where I continued my education with a PhD in Electron Paramagnetic Resonance in the group of Prof. Jeschke.
I am mostly interested in using site-directed spin labelling and pulsed dipolar spectroscopy to (un-)structurally characterise highly dynamic protein domains.
You may use my photos non-commercially, as long as you credit this website
as the soure. For commercial use, and to obtain high resolution digital versions of the photos please contact me via email: