With my work as a journalist, I want to help my readers form their own picture of the world. They should get reliable information from me, in-depth research on topics that don’t jump out at you from the headlines anyway, lively descriptions and, above all, an overview of what current events mean in the “big picture”. In doing so, I follow the strict code of the RiffReporter, which I drafted myself. My articles appear, for example, in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, GEO/PM and RiffReporter as well as Yale E360 – and gladly in other quality media. Between 1997 and 2012, I worked as a correspondent for the Berliner Zeitung, the FAZ and Der Spiegel. I have received several awards for my contributions, most recently the Otto Brenner Prize for critical journalism (2nd place with Joachim Budde). My range of topics includes politics, science, environment, technology and sustainable travel.