I love to share my knowledge and empower children, young people, and adults who are shy with technology or dread threading a needle, or both! I love to show a way to experiment with electronics and traditional handcrafts, and encourage to create unique designs. I hope this way we can all get away from massive consumption and start understanding the world around us a little bit better through our handwork. This is why it is particularly important for me to run workshops for people of all kinds of cultural backgrounds and ages. Since 2012 I’ve produced and taught numerous workshops at museums, schools, universities, art galleries, libraries and festivals. My book “Wearables for Makers” is based on my workshops and all the tips and tricks I have collected over the years.


  • Ars Electronica, Crafting Futures Lab, 2023
  • Museum Brandhorst, München, 2022
  • WHITEBOX Gallery, München, 2020
  • Kunstuniversität Linz, AU, 2019
  • Victoria & Albert Museum, London, GB, 2017
  • Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung, Bonn, 2017
  • Gautinger Internettreffen, Gauting, 2017
  • Lothringer13 Gallerie, München, 2014
  • Stadtmuseum, München, 2016
  • Universität St. Gallen, Schweiz, 2015
  • Bayerisches Nationalmuseum, München, 2013
  • Victoria & Albert Museum, London, GB, 2012
  • Chelsea College of Arts, London, GB, 2012


  • Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung
  • FabLab München e.V. 2013-2019
  • SPIELKultur e.V. 2013-14
  • SIN – Studio im Netz
  • JFF Institut, KJR Oberbayern
  • Kreisjungendring KJR München-Land 2016, 2019
  • Deutsche Kinder- und Jugendstiftung


  • Zündfunk Netzkongress, München
  • Make Munich, 2013-2019
  • Science Fiction Festival, München
  • UAMO Urban Art Festival, München