Born 1984 in Berlin
Diploma in Journalism | English philology at the University of Leipzig and Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Editor at radio Mephisto 97.6 in Leipzig
Internship at Surfers | Associated Press in Munich | dpa in Johannesburg | MDR Figaro
Trainee at Berliner Zeitung
Editor for the politics and society section at the joint editorial office of Berliner Zeitung/Frankfurter Rundschau and editor for the website and iPad-App of the Berliner Zeitung
Editor at KOMPAKT – news app
Freelance correspondent for various German daily newspapers and public service radio broadcasters | book critic for Deutschlandradio Kultur
- London, United Kingdom
- +44 (0) 79 5775 4452
Editorial employee and photographer for Kurierverlags GmbH & Co. KG
B.A. in European Media Studies at the University of Potsdam | University of Applied Sciences Potsdam
Intercultural Communication and Photography at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona | Escola Massana – Centre d’Art i Disseny
M.A. in European Media Studies at the University of Potsdam | University of Applied Sciences Potsdam
Freelance Photographer for daily newspapers and magazines in Germany, Austria and Spain
- Berlin, Deutschland
- +49 160 7384673
Who is KRASS?
We are journalists – self-employed and independent. We work for newspapers, online publications and public service broadcasters.
So far, we have received payment from:
Berliner Zeitung, Deutschlandradio, Handelsblatt,
Nürnberger Nachrichten, MDR Figaro
Outstanding payments: Frankfurter Rundschau
What do you do?
We tell stories – from around the corner or the back of beyond. So far we have reported on culture, people and politics from New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Iceland, Spain and Belgium.
KRASS Media provides images, articles and audio products – separately or as comprehensive multimedia package for online publications, apps and other formats.
How do you work?
We’re well organised, work independently and deliver to dead line. On site we take our time. We approach topics with prolific openness, first hand experience and develop our own accessible point of view.
That’s exhausting and makes you hungry – but is worth the effort. After all, our work is a service to readers and listeners. And always an invitation for a discussion.