|1984||Born in Berlin|
|2004–2011||Studied art history & communication science at the TU Berlin, MA degree|
|2010–2016||Product design at Berlin Weissensee School of Art, Master of Arts degree|
|Since 2017||Various teaching positions at universities and colleges in Berlin, Kiel, Braunschweig and Hamburg|
|2017||Founded the Additive Addicted design studio; freelance designer and lecturer for design theory and art history|
With a keen sense for the aesthetic qualities of porcelain as a material, . Her creations are distinguished by textile-like surfaces and organically grown or sculptural forms, clearly structured bodies and seemingly random, geomorphic arrangements. She works with a mixture of German and French porcelains that are specially adapted for the 3D printing process. Manually generated gradations create new color variations with a one-of-a-kind character. The high firing temperature of 1,250° Celsius lends great density and strong resilience to the vessels, which are transparently glazed on the inside. The principal price range is between 100 and 400 euros.