"Finding the right spots is probably the most important."
You place a lot of importance on locations in your work, how do you go about finding the right spots?
I think finding the right spots is probably the most important thing. If possible, I try to have an extra day only for spot-scouting. Even if a location looks great when you find it via the internet, it might have changed or not even be there anymore. I also try to find different kinds of locations, like clean, graphical ones on the one hand, and more rough and run-down places on the other hand. If you are having trouble finding any right spots, try looking in areas close to train-rails, harbors or more into the industrial areas; most of the time you will see some good stuff there.
In this shoot with Tom Öhler you used the ELB 1200 on some of the images, and for others, you went for a natural light approach. Can you shortly describe your thought process when deciding on using strobes vs natural light to create an image?