I'm based in Munich (in the south of Germany), near the bavarian lakes, the alps and Italy and I love being creative, to craft and create things, like painting/drawing, taking photos, knitting/crocheting, leather crafting, even baking and cooking. ;) Professionally, after studying arts history, ethnology and media sciences, I’m working since ~20 years as a project manager for sales training, so I’m always very slow in finishing with my knitting (and in writing blog posts…) as I have only time for these things in my evenings, while commuting on train or during weekends. But where everything is going digital these days and digitalization is the “must-do” for everyone (it seems), I increasingly miss producing tangible results in what I’m doing, results I can see in reality and touch with my own hands. I’m also convinced that “old” crafts and knowledge like knitting, weaving, working with leather and wood, even to know how to make a fire, how to find water or what to eat from nature is essential to be preserved these days, so I’m trying to learn as much about these things as possible and help spreading knowledge.
Time doesn’t seem to pass here: it just is.
“The gray rain-curtain of this world rolls back and all turns to silver glass.”