For my “We’re Out!”-Projekt, a photographic journey through a changing Britain, I am looking for Brexit voters and Remainers, for people who plan to leave the UK or will stay here, Europeans, Brits, everyone who is open to share their story and is available for a portrait and contextual photo shoot.
I am not a journalist, I won’t publish what you haven’t agreed to, I am interested to document change that affects you and all of us. The photos and stories may form a book at some point and a collection of prints to show.
I’d as well love to document European or British daily life and community in the UK. Happy to travel. Please get in contact or send me a message on Facebook or Twitter.
The Stag Brewery in Mortlake which had existed since the 15th century was closed in 2015 and will be converted into luxury apartments.
Many people strolling along the river on a sunny Saturday afternoon in Kingston upon Thames, enjoying the views, the sun and the water, walking, having a pint or just sitting on a bench near the Thames.
I met Shaun (right) and his friend walking on the Thames towpath near Teddington Lock. Shaun is a history teacher who is currently out of job. To stay fit, he walks all the way from Kew Bridge to Hampton Court Palace, 11 miles, every single day. I walked with him for a couple of miles, we talked about politics, the river and people he met on his walks.