Photography is like gravity. All it takes is a little push. Matthias‘ passion started with looking upwards while his first visit to New York almost 15 years ago and he is still fascinated by this perspective today. In his portfolio he primarily concentrates on architecture and other plants of the urban jungle. The external overload of this visual world that often accompanies one…Matthias is searching balance and giving his own order. The vanishing point and the geometric division of the picture are at the core of his shots. In the meantime, Matthias tries to express himself especially in the photography of staircases and stairwells. The versatility of the different perspective possibilities is not limited to the view from below upwards. But in many cases it is the most attractive. It makes him as a photographer – even though he is looking up from below – appear larger rather than smaller. Not in an arrogant but more human way. At the end the circle closes, when huge objects are getting framed and presented digitally or printed…and the viewer – standing in front of them – gets the chance to define his role as human from another perspective.