Christian Nolle

Christian is a half Danish/half German London based artist. He has spent decades creating work, often in photographic form, that looks at the interplay between aviation, politics and the cities we live in.

He is currently working on the next volume of Direction of Travel, which chronicles the history of airline maps and continues to work on Hinterland of Heathrow, a photographic project that examines the area surrounding Heathrow airport.

He is also founder of carbon-conscious flight search engine Lite.Flights, which ranks flights according to their emissions. It remains the only flight search engine available solely devoted to finding a better way to fly.

In 2020 he launched Planes Over London, a tool helping Londoner's find out whether there will be planes flying overhead or not.

He has a Bachelor in Photography from the Surrey Institute of Art & Design (2002) and a Masters from Central St. Martins in Communication Design, University of the Arts, London (2008).

His has exhibited his work in Denmark, Germany, Austria and the United Kingdom. His work is also part of the Visual Arts Data Service Collection at the University of the Creative Arts, the San Francisco Airport Museum and the British Airways Heritage Center and private collections.

Christian is also founder and Creative Director of Good Caesar, a design and technology studio. You can reach him by email.