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Below you'll find a selection of the stories I had the pleasure of illustrating in the past years. Think my style might suit your next project? I am actively looking for new work at this time. I'd love if you dropped me a message!

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The Last Human

Written by Lee Bacon, published by Loewe (2021), with Cover Design by Michael Dietrich.

The Last Human is the story of just-created robot XR_935 who lives in a world once ruled by humans. Now, robots have established an idyllic society for themselves. There is no more war, no more hunger, no more greed - and no more humans. XR_935 thinks this might be for the best, until one day, he and his friends discover Emma. 

The group decides to help the girl on her mission to save humankind, and learn along the way that they are not so different.

Lukey Dave and the Tower to the Moon

Written by Jeremy Zaborowski

Little Lukey Dave is bored. He doesn't want to play with any of his old toys. That is until he decides to use his blocks to build a tower to the moon! 


Die Küstencrew - Das Gold der Walfänger

The Coastal Crew - The Whalers' Gold

Written by Ocke Bandixen, published by Loewe (January, 2022)

This adventure and mystery series focuses on three clever detectives that live in Breeksiel, right by the Northsea. When one day they discover a mysterious sea chest washed ashore, they embark on a journey to uncover its secrets. The chest, it turns out, is empty. Despite this, some unsavoury newcomers are turning over every stone to find it, and our three heroes get caught up in their hunt.

At the end of every chapter in this book, readers get to think along with a colourful, full-page riddle illustration!

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Little Tim and the Magical Apple Tree

Written by Hillie Jeffery

Little Tim is too tiny to play with his friends. But a magical apple tree helps him become brave, kind, and confident.


Don't Eat Cake with Monsters

Written by Kent A. LeFevre, Square Plate Media

Riley has a problem - there are more monsters under his bed than he can count.