Everyone views the world using their own unique perception, shaped by intimate thought patterns, personal truths and distinct history. The use of social media plays an important role in spreading these views and perceptions. Are these views sometimes mistakenly taken to be true?


To what degree do we dare to examine our normalcy? What do we know about the world if we only see it through stories and pictures by others? I find people fascinating who cannot escape their own assumptions of normalcy, as I struggle with the same problem regularly. Why is it so challenging to leave our comfort zone? What stories are we telling ourselves and how do these stories relate to reality? It is in this area where I work as a filmmaker, because this is where it gets uncomfortable, where we are exposed.

In my work I try to break through accepted patterns of thinking: by experimenting with the story structures and the associated sounds. A story can then unfold slightly differently.