Abandoned houses and castles, forests and foreign cultures let me dream. Daydreams allow me the entrance into a world in which I can flee always and in every situation. I experience things as I would like them, and I walk through worlds that are overcrowded with ideas and stories. I feel like Alice in Wonderland and hide myself from reality with my thoughts. I want to drink a cup of tea with talking bunnies and a hatter, stroking a Cheshire Cat and playing croquet with flamingos. Photography allows me to make my ideas come to reality. I forget the time while I photograph and build up my set. That which I photograph, I want to feel.
– Katharina Jung
Katharina Jung was born in 1993 in Hermeskeil, in the southwest of Germany. In 2009-2011, she received her baccalaureate diploma in textile and fashion design. In 2011-2014, she trained as a media designer. Since February 2013, she’s loved converting daydreams into pictures. To see more of her works, go to her website or visit her Facebook page.