When Astronaut William Sanders on December 24, 1968, took this picture of the earth from lunar orbit, the new perspective on earth changed forever how we see the planet we live on and the fragility of life. 

For the last 15 years of my life I dedicated all my work to the visual connection that this photograph established: The fragile habitats we live in and our interaction with those and with each other. From issues of climate change to human and civic rights, urbanisation to women’s health, from the clashes of war to the deeply personal human experience – trying to find new perspectives – like Sanders did in 1968 – and new ways of telling stories that connect us with the world.