Joachim lives and works in London as an Interaction Designer since 2011.

He studied Advanced Design Visualisation & Master of Interaction Design at Umea Institute of Design in 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 full year. The final project he collaborated on during this time, 'The Future of The Book' gained widespread coverage and received 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 contunies to lead the User Experience on the Ocean Intelligence Portfolio for S&P Global Platts; this offers the unique experience of designing for complex visualisation tools with emphasis on cartography and global movements.

When able to travel, Joachim brings with him sketchbooks and a Rolleiflex and has been exploring ethereal and surreal landscapes blended with practices of street photography. Strong influences on the 'light medium' include William Klein, Diane Arbus, Vivian Maier & Stanley Kubrick.

Further to this, in the interest to pursue wholeheartedly the sideprojects the next project is called Project Insomnia, where Music takes frontseat.

Senior UX Designer at S&P Global (April 2016 - March 2018)

Senior UX Designer at BBC Three (September 2015 - March 2016)

UX Design Lead at The Space Arts (March 2015 - August 2015)

UX Designer at BBC (Nov 2011 - February 2015)

Design Intern at IDEO New York & Munich (June 2009 - September 2010)