The series 'It's Warmer Outside' started during the covid crisis. I investigated how the phase of life of young people, which is characterised by searching for boundaries and exploring freedoms, is influenced by the restrictions of the corona policy. I noticed that many young people continued to meet in parks during the pandemic, because of the ban on indoor gatherings. So their search for identity, sexual orientation, recognition and adventure continued, but in a public setting.

Even now that all restrictions have long been lifted, the public domain remains a popular meeting place for young people. What started as a time document about covid evolved into a timeless and ongoing series about young people.

The passage of time does not seem to bother those portrayed. They are all in their universe, where friendship, early infatuation and experimentation are central.