Wheelblades and Safety Foot are shipped internationally
I started in 2012 and I have now about 100 partners in more than 20 countries. If I find the best solution, I want to make it accessible for everybody else without any geographical boundaries.
Patrick, the Photographer
Being in a wheelchair means being different. People in society are curious when they see something different and you have to get used to their views. People watch me when I move around in a wheelchair or when I park in handicapped parking spaces. Nature, however, doesn´t care about me being different and I am just a part of it. When I am all by myself in nature taking pictures, I can be 100% myself without the feeling of being watched all the time. That is a very special and peaceful moment for me. Thanks to my Safety Foot I am also able to leave my wheelchair behind and move more freely in nature. I appreciate this privilege a lot.
Another thing was the death of my brother in 1999. The time we had come to an ultimate end and the memories about him are fading like the letters of a book that is laying in the sun. With landscape photography I am capable of freezing moments and time forever.