“Mehiläiset viihtyvät Berliinin parvekkeilla” is an interview piece on urban balcony gardening in Berlin for Helsingin Sanomat ‘koti’. As part of it, I took some pictures of Yvonne Hiller ja Marcel Amsbeck in Neukölln, who quite enjoy their green balcony during the seasons. Commissioned by Pauliina Siniauer. Read the full story here.
Hamburg seems to be worth a visit. Sun rolling down the ever-not-ready Elbe Philharmonic Hall. The fog-encircled Heinrich-Hertz-Tower behind the Japanese garden in Planten un Blomen. Some Hanami. And of course, the Möven (seagulls).
Viuhkamato (Fächerwurm), in English: fan-worm, is a Berlin based musician and DJ. Here’s some B/W portraits I shot at a private party.
Pisa in fall can be quite charming. The famous tower is omnipresent here, as one might expect. Here’s some pictures I took during a mathematical workshop at Scuola Normale in Pisa, Tuscany (Italy).
The ‘Oberbaumbrücke’ (Oberbaum-bridge) between Berlin districts Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg, shot from Treptow side, was commissioned by Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat Berlin correspondent Tiina Rajamäki, who writes about her impressions on her blog Berliini kutsuu (Berlin calling).
The first blog entry of Berliini kutsuu is about the Tempelhof airport area, which nowadays is shut down and used as a public park, where you can find kite-skaters and cyclers, or people just enjoying the vastness of space.