jPhilipp is a visual artist. He was born when Coca Cola sent the “Yes Girl” around the world. When he was a boy he let his classmates box with themselves and shot his first double exposures. At the same time he practiced draping clothes with pencil and sketch pad. As an adolescent, he drew plenty of strangely surreal sketches. For the bedside tables of a clinic, he gave faceless angel figures faces, as he suspected they were between heaven and hell. He later copied artists such as Caravaggio and Renato Guttuso. After studying political economy and psychology, he worked as CEO of a group of companies. Today he expresses himself in photography and digital processes.