‚Future Kids‘ (2016 - today) sets the focus on four individuals, photographed in Berlin. Through essayistic portrays, texts and archive photos Leila, Ilhan, Mohammed and Coco grant the viewer a look into their lives as they search for answers to their identity, as children of muslim immigrants from Jordan, Turkey and Palestine. Through an intimate relationship she reveals, in close cooperation with them, four stories, that each have their own way of dealing with the past and the future, with places of (imagined) existence, with what defines home and with growing-up.

Together they deal with stereotypes, the concepts that society and the media carries towards immigrants and the following generations and try breaking them up in a very personal way.

The book accompanying the photographic project consists of photos and texts, written by the protagonists and pictures from their archives.