Even as a child, Tino had a strong interest in observing things.
It has always been about exactly this fascination and the willingness to hold onto these moments. Taking pictures to share what you see. The holding on, the narration, the message and at the same time the disappearance of time – that is what intrigues Tino about photography. Fascination, joy and interest in people and nature – to put it banally – is the core of his work. For Tino, pictures that inspire him are those that trigger something, often based on the fact that they do something to own the imaginary. Born and raised in Germany, Tino moved to Berlin in 1998. He teaches photography at the renowned HTW in Berlin, where he graduated with design studies. The work of Tino covers landscape, portrait , sports and editorial photography. He has won various national and international awards for his books and work projects.
Tino in short:
Observation, Fascination, Proximity, Intriguing