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I decided to check up with one of my favorite photographers Matthias to see what he has been up to. The above are some of his favorites from the recent Reflexionen/Reflexiones series shot in Berlin, Madrid, Amsterdam, and Hamburg. I asked him a few questions that he was kind enough to answer:

Where are you from?
I just moved from Berlin to Hamburg.

How did you get into photography?
In 2008, I was 26 then, I bought my first camera, this was shortly after I had moved to Berlin to write my thesis in computational linguistics. Photography has never been of great interest to me before that point, but I quickly became obsessed photographing Berlin’s architecture. I’m completely self-taught and I’m still learning new things about photography on a daily basis.

Who/what inspires you?
Mainly the work of other visual artists, for example Franco Fontana, Josef Schulz, Ward Roberts, Matthias Hoch.

Do you have any other passions/hobbies besides awesome photography?
I’m a hobby musician and I’m DJing from time to time. I also enjoy hiking and riding my bike.

Do you have a favorite city to explore?
There are too many to mention and there are so many cities I haven’t been to so far. I really enjoy exploring, so maybe it’s not too important which city it is. But well, I guess it’s not a secret I like Berlin a lot…

Is there a specific place that you would love to photograph in the future?
A roadtrip through Japan would be great.

Any albums or artists on repeat?
Currently on repeat: Morgan Delt, Group Rhoda, PVT, Raime, E.R.P. / Convextion

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6 Comments Leave A Comment

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Clément Ardin says:

March 6, 2014 at 8:31 am

Just to say that Matthias Heiderich is may favourite photographer too, and i started photography 6 years ago too, i was 16, and i make music too and some time dj’ing too :)

Continu Matthias !

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Jaime says:

March 10, 2014 at 3:13 pm

Amazing that he took such a beautiful picture to one of the, in my opinion, most awful buildings I’ve seen in my city: Madrid. The “Mirador Building”.

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