In 1990 I started to the surprise of friends and family an apprenticeship with Georg Jann of Allkofen. (more…)

Directly after becoming a Geselle in 1993, I went to England and joined Martin Goetze and Dominic Gwynn for nearly four years. (more…)

From England I spent six weeks at the Musikinstrumentenmuseum der Universität Leipzig. (more…)

After that I joined Gerhard Grenzing of Barcelona for nearly six years. (more…)

In 2003 we started our own family in East Germany and I got employed with the Dresden workshop of Kristian Wegscheider. (more…)

In 2005 finally I became self-employed, to start with as free-lance and restorer for other companies. (more…)

In 2009 finally I started the construction of my first instrument, a regal after French Baroque tradition. I also made a Bureau-organ after an 18th century instrument, that I had restored in England and my first organetto, ordered by Martin Erhardt of Halle.

Meanwhile there are more than 20 organetti, regals and positive organs in Germany, Austria, Italy, Belgium, France, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Japan. The support and joy of those, who appreciate my work encourage me to find and follow my path.