My name is in the logo
Since the following picture is self explanatory, let's take a look at it first.
The left concept logo is composed of the letters from my first name. It is compressed into the right final logo.
The 'y' became a tree
When I was smaller, I rediscovered the tree before I found out that it was already invented in 1942 by a dutch mathematics teacher Albert E. Bosman. It is called a Pythagoras tree. When I made my discovery, I noticed that some of the branches collide, so I merged each pair rather than let the two branches grow through each other. This variant is not considered a proper Pythagoras tree, but I think this exception looks nicer.