While my works first appear as semi-abstract landscapes, I am concerned with the connection that exists between us humans and the natural environments. I have come to understand that what happens in the external world also happens in a way within us. With the questions, wishes, longings, etc. that I carry inside of me, I look into the world and find motifs that enable me to deal with them in a painterly way. The series and individual works then develop side by side and I decide spontaneously what I will continue to work on. In the end, paintings emerge that accompany my outer and inner journey. For the exhibition Roam Inaccessible Paths, I then worked with Jack Trodd, the curator of the exhibition, to select paintings that allow my journey to be followed.