It was only three months later when he had his first fashion-series publication in the international magazine Streetwear Today.
His main focus is in photography is on lightwriting since that, a special technique of longtimeexposure photography that combines
traditional photography with elements of accentuated lightstrokes and graffiti.
His explicit style has led to works for Sony, Carlsberg, Lacoste, Red Bull, Carhartt and publications in IdN, Die Gestalten Verlag,
Page magazine, Frame, Art magazine and his fashion-series have been featured in Streetwear Today and JPeople, shortfilms and
photos in IdN (China),TV-Reports for Arte and ARD and also include many individual art-concepts. He often works together with
breakdance-worldchampions Flying Steps and has a special passion for extremesports due to his former pro-bike-trials career.
His photographs are combining not only sports and urban space but also show a clear concept for outrageous compositions.
He is fascinated by merging human posings and graffiti-elements with the surrounding enviornment and has a weakness for darkness,
hard but beautyful concrete looks and lost spaces. Unexpected aspects like selfdesigned characters and frozen-moves
elements give a freshness and depth to his work.
Tofa is working as freelancer photographer besides his regular work as artdirector for the legendary Techno Club Tresor in Berlin.
Diesel, Sony, Carlsberg, Osram, Lacoste, Carlsberg, Warsteiner, Red Bull, Carhartt, Be.Berlin, Tresor
IdN, Wired Magazine UK, Vogue (Peter Lindberg 20 years Vogue Edition), Die Gestalten Verlag, Frame, Bright lighting book, JPeople,
Streetwear Today, Page magazine, Art Magazine
ARTE, ARTE creative, ARD, IdN DVD, RBB
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