Flint is a conceptual documentary photographer, based in Dortmund, Germany. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in photography in 2019. Currently he is pursuing a Master’s degree in photographic studies at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund.

photo: Tim Brederecke


2019 Bachelor of Arts in photographic studies, University of applied Sciences and Arts, Dortmund


2019 – group show re:vue, Festival Voies Off, Arles, France

2019 – shortlisted at Athens Photo Festival

2019 – group show / photobook exhibition „vom blättern und wischen“, Künstlerhaus Dortmund

2018 – photobook exhibition of Athens Photo Festival 2018, Greece

2018 – “Two Cities”, Negarkhaneh Honar, Tehran / Iran

2018 – “Identity”, University for Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund

2017 – “SSST”, Museum für Kommunikation, Frankfurt

2016 – “Die Spiegelbarrikade”, Schauspiel Dortmund / Megastore

2015 – Buchmesse Frankfurt, FH Dortmund booth

2015 – “Stadtwerk”, form. Museum am Ostwall

2015 – “Views from Planet Autism”, New Delhi / India

2015 – “Podest”, University for Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund

2014 – “Nordstadtvernissage”, Avanti Zentrum


2019 – AUTISTIC (dummy, work in progress)

2018 – “AUTISTIC”, as part of TWO CITIES (University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund)

2017 – NEIN (self published)

2016 – BUS (self published)

2015 – DIE SHOW (published in cooperation with Schauspiel Dortmund)

Awards, Scholarships, Workshops

2018 – participant workshop with Pep Bonet and Benedicte Kurzen of NOOR

2018 – semi-finalist on sky Arts “Master of Photography”, selected by judges Elisabeth Biondi, Mark Sealy & Olivero Toscani

2018 – participant workshop ‘Two Cities’ in Tehran, Iran and Dortmund, Germany. Supervised by Prof. Jörg Winde, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Dortmund

2017 – participant workshop ‘identity’ in Belgrade, Skopje and Dortmund, Germany. Supervised by Professors Dirk Gebhardt, Jörg Winde, Milan Aleksić, Vesna Mićović and Robert Jankuloski

2017 – Finalist DOCMA Award (1st place in category „Geselle“)

2017 – participant workshop ‘Finding your Form’ by Sarker Protick of VII

2016 / 2017 – scholarship “Deutschlandstipendium”, funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and Sparkasse Dortmund

2016 – Individual support for artists and creatives in the Ruhr area: „Artists and creatives – Artistic actions“ (ecce – european center for creative economy, KREATIV.QUARTIERE RUHR, with financial support from: Ministry for Family, Children, Youth, Culture and Sport of the State of North Rhine -Westphalia)

2015 – Semifinalist DOCMA Award