I was born in 1969 in Koblenz and grew up on the “Roman” Mosel. The love of archeology and art led me to Italy early on, where I successfully completed the vocational training as a restorer for murals and stone and the study of the sciences in the field of conservation of cultural and artistic heritage. The many years of professional experience as a restorer of objects such as the frescoes of the houses of Augustus and the Livia on the Palatine or the statues on the colonnades of St. Peter’s Square, gives me the great fortune to experience these wonderful works up close. I would also like to share this with the visitors to Rome and give them “touchable” Rome. In doing so, I attach importance to the connections between things, history, nature, techniques and human knowledge.
I am a certified tourist guide of the city of Rome and province and continue to work as a restorer.