My work includes set and costume design for modern and classical ballet productions worldwide. I studied opera direction at Hamburger Hochschule für Musik und Theater and created in 2006, in the age of 26, my first piece as a set and costume designer for Staatsballett Berlin. The same year I directed my first opera production Carmen by George Bizet for Ensemble Escritura Hamburg. In 2020 I brought new life to my work as a director with The Count of Luxemburg by Franz Lehár for the Estonian National Opera.
In the past 14 years I have collaborated with modern choreographers Fabio Adorisio, Alejandro Cerrudo, Edward Clug, Martin Chaix, Dominique Dumais, Marco Goecke, Jack Lister, Trey McIntyre, Juliano Nunes, Kevin O’Day, Eno Peci, Tim Plegge and Jeroen Verbruggen.
In the classical repertoire I created the designs for Onegin and Romeo and Juliet by John Cranko, Lady of the Camellias by Derek Deane, Don Quixote by Alexey Fadeechev and a version by Nina Ananishvili, Romeo and Juliet by Ben van Cauwenbergh, Swan Lake by Thomas Edur and a version by Eno Peci & Sabrina Sadowska.
I have collaborated worldwide with ballet companies such as Ballet de Opéra National de Paris, Bolshoi Ballet Moscow, Wiener Staatsballett, Staatsballett Stuttgart, Staatsballett Berlin, Ballett Zürich, National Ballet of China, Hong Kong Ballet, Universal Ballet Seoul, San Francisco Ballet, Houston Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet Seattle, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, Ballet X Philadelphia, Hungarian National Ballet, Polish National Ballet, Estonian National Ballet, Novosibirsk State Ballet, Slovenian National Ballet, Croatian National Ballet, Hessisches Staatsballett Wiesbaden, Ballett Mannheim, Aalto Ballett Theater and the Royal Ballet of Flanders.
My work has been presented by major venues such as Opéra National Garnier Paris, Bolshoi Theatre Moscow, Vienna State Opera, Zurich Opera House, Deutsche Oper Berlin, Staatsoper Stuttgart, San Francisco War Memorial Opera, Wortham Theater Houston, Harris Theater Chicago, Sadlers Wells, National Center of the Performing Arts Beijing, Hong Kong Culture Center, Seoul Arts Center, LG Art Center Seoul, Nationaltheater Mannheim, Staatstheater Wiesbaden, Staatstheater Darmstadt, Aalto Theater Essen, Musiktheater im Revier, Hungarian National Opera, Polish National Opera, Estonian National Opera, Novosibirsk State Opera, Croatian National Theater and the Royal Opera House Antwerp & Ghent.