Landscape drawing from the Faroe Islands by the English Travel writer, artist and naturalist George Clayton Atkinson (1808-1877) from 1833.
One of the first and most interesting descriptions and paintings of the Faroe Islands ever recorded.
In addition to fly fishing, she is interested in Händel's opera works, in art history, in antiques, is an expert in antique textiles, and collects antique furniture.
Fly fishing started out as a recreational activity and has become a major occupation today.
Year 1995 - today
KVIVIK, FAROE ISLANDS
2010 - TODAY
Mauritia owns and manages the Fensalir Lodges, three very well maintained and stylish historic buildings that meet with high demand amongst travellers on the Faroe Islands.
1995 - TODAY
Several articles about fly fishing (South Africa, Norway, Faroe Islands) appeared in various magazines.
Mauritia is also the publisher of a travel guide about sport fishing in the country (available on amazon.de, the digital version can be downloaded from iTunes).
She accompanies press and media during important documentaries as a competent partner.
Year 1978 - 2010
ROSSBACH, GERMANY 2000-2010
Mauritia headed the successful company "Reine des Centfeuilles" for 10 years. A leading studio for the reproduction of authentic-historical clothing on the royal level, based on the close cooperation with museums, antique textile collections and high-end designers worldwide.
The company included an international client base and a team of up to five couturiers.
Reproduction of the wedding suit of Christian VII, King of Denmark
Mauritia was working after her graduation for 25 years as a chief flight attendant in worldwide duty.
Growing up in a parsonage with seven sisters and brothers, her childhood was influenced by life in untouched nature in the middle of the river and lake districts of Middle Franconia.
The "hunting gene" is certainly from her great-grandfather, a full-time hunter in the service of the Silesian nobility.