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Just a selection of passion and fun!

Since my first job in '97, I've been passionate about my industry. I've only worked on projects I believe in and used my expertise. And I'm committed to continuing this trend and staying true to my values.

From World Expo 2000 till today 

One of my first major consulting projects was to support the development of a story-driven attraction for World Expo 2000 in Hannover for the Cologne-based agency facts & fiction.

Recently, I have been consulting companies like Karls, showman Roland Barth, Westfield Shopping Center, Schloss Dankern, Schwaben Park, and Holland Park. Due to NDAs with my clients, I am not able to discuss all the details, but I can give you some examples and links about my work in the past.

Germany's biggest holiday resort is family-operated and has continuously changed since it opened in 1972. Generations of families have vacationed around the castle of Dankern in one of more than 800 holiday homes.

Back in 2007, I started as a spokesperson for Schloss Dankern.

Since 2021, I have supported the third generation of owners in developing new ideas for the future growth of the amusement park, holiday resort, and everything connected.

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Karls, probably the world's most unusual theme park company, operates six amusement parks in 2024. The parks are themed like strawberry farms.

In 2016, I was entrusted by Robert Dahl, the owner of Karls, with a monumental task. I was to lead the development of a roller coaster near Berlin, a multi-million Euro investment. From the initial concept to the grand opening in April 2018, I steered the project, bringing K2 to life: a fully themed roller coaster with a dark ride section that unveils the process of making potato chips out of potatoes. This unconventional yet innovative attraction is a testament to Karls' unique approach and my success as a project manager of a major attraction.

In 2022, I was appointed brand ambassador for Karls' upcoming new park at Westfield Centro shopping centre in Oberhausen, Germany.


The Westfield Centro Shopping Center in Oberhausen, Germany, has successfully integrated leisure elements into its shopping experience. I have been assisting the new owner of Germany's largest shopping centre since 2016 to introduce new leisure attractions and find a new operator for their 8-hectare outdoor amusement park. Thanks to my network, we were able to bring in a Legoland Discovery Center and implement the Expo Hall, which has hosted a Smurf exhibition and now houses the House of Magic by the Ehrlich Brothers magicians. Additionally, my assistance led to finding a new operator for the amusement park.

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I have been a video and photo producer for amusement and water parks and ride suppliers since 2000. I am also the founder of movemotions productions. Our work takes us worldwide, from China and Brunei to Vietnam, Sweden, Sicily, the USA, and Mexico. We specialise in capturing the emotions of excited guests and riders in promotional videos and photos.

A trackless dark ride system from ETF at the Munich-based film studio needed to make room for a new attraction at the end of the 2020 season. The tourist attraction contacted me to find a new owner for that ride system within a very short period. I was able to find a buyer within a few months. The ride reopened as Drachen Magic at Magic Park Verden in Germany. 

My work for Waterland is subject to a Non-Disclosure Agreement.

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