When I started off with analog photography prints I worked my way through a lot of printing techniques. In 2015, when I finally got my own space to experiment (at MAHLOWER EINS), I fell in love with cyanotypes. This technique, that promised to be simple turned out to be so versatile and unexplored. I started enlarging cyanotypes on glass objects (which was not done before, at least I could not find it anywhere), and started experimenting with toning. Finally I expressed my love for the technique by making two-colored cyanotypes, that have been featured in several books and publications. Here is just a small excerpt of my work. Unfortunately I have not found a good way to photograph my cyanotypes on glass, so you will just have to come to my studio, if you want to see them.