In 1974 I left Munich's “Technische Universität” with a degree in architecture. I left
Germany 1 day after graduation. In Canada I worked as architectural mercenary
to support my real life as hippy-homesteader, fisherman, bush pilot and tourist guide.
None of these efforts led to the desired illumination. In 1993 I opened my own
architectural practice in Whitehorse, Yukon, and have since practiced architecture
there, in Italy, Romania and now in southern British Columbia, where the weather is
warmer than in the Yukon. I am still looking for illumination, but my efforts are
getting less spectacular. My painting is part of this search.
Architectural Institute of British Columbia (AIBC)
Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC)
Canadian Green Building Council (CaGBC)