About me

Personal background.

I was born and grew up in Germany’s Rhineland, at least when I wasn’t away hiking in the Himalayas or traveling through remote parts of Brazil in a beat-up VW. I also went to school in Silicon Valley for a while.

During and after studying psychology at University of Cologne, I worked at the interface of digital media and telecommunications for almost a decade.

In 2005, I stashed my former life into my grandmother’s attic and moved to Japan to spend some time in the giant pinball machine known as Tokyo.

There, from 2006 and 2010, I built the consulting business at Infinita Inc. and advised clients in (almost) every corner of the world on digital innovation topics, as well as speaking at industry events all over Asia and Europe.

Between 2010 and 2014, I was responsible for the international mobile advertising business at Deutsche Telekom and subsequently led transformation and M&A projects in the company’s Digital Media business unit.

Since 2015, I have been working as a freelance management consultant and interim manager, supporting my clients in solving business-critical challenges in digitalization and transformation projects.

Out of personal interest and professional necessity, I have traveled to almost 50 countries (favorites: Colombia, India, Italy) and used more questionable airlines than I care to remember.

I live in Cologne with my wife, my son, and a small (but vocal) dog, have an insatiable passion for music and spend most of my free time at youth football games all over Germany.


I support my clients in the planning and execution of challenging, company-wide projects. Areas of focus:

  • Digitalization
  • Transformation and reorganization
  • International collaboration

Pragmatic solutions, skilled execution and sustainable results.

For international corporations, medium-sized businesses and management consultancies.

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