Joachim lives and works in London as an Interaction Designer since 2011.
He studied Advanced Design Visualisation & Master of Interaction Design at world renowned Umea Institute of Design, Sweden; during the program he gained a valuable real life experience working with design as an intern for IDEO in both Munich & New York for a year. His final project during this time, 'The Future of The Book' gained widespread coverage and won a Webby Award for Experimental Film the following year.
After graduation, he moved to the UK and spent 4 years working for BBC where he was exposed to a wide range of problemsolving platforms, including BBC News App, the pionering launch of BBC Three online and a project with The Space where the Arts was central.
Today, he leads the User Experience on the Ocean Intelligence Portfolio for American company S&P Global Platts; this offers a unique experience of designing for heavy visualisation tools for Map & Data across Ocean and Land.
When able to travel, Joachim brings with him his sketchbook and a Rolleiflex and has been exploring ethereal and surreal landscapes blended with practices of street photography. The result of this work can be seen in the Clockwork set, an outcome from travels to Hanoi, Angkor Wat, Santiago, Lisbon & London.
Strong influences in his photography include William Klein, Diane Arbus, Vivian Maier & Stanley Kubrick.