We are a network of experienced video journalists and videographers based in Berlin – ready to make videos for you all over Europe. Whether you need footage or a fully edited story - we produce independently on behalf of our clients within given budgets and time constraints.
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Robert Ackermannis the founder of Berlin Videographers. He has years of experience as a video journalist for Germany's leading news website SPIEGEL ONLINE. As a reporter he also works for German radio and TV stations.
Katja Döhneworks as a videographer, editor and director. She has filmed and interviewed people in over 10 countries, with a focus on Germany and Latin America. Her work was awarded at the Belize Film Festival.
Philipp KatzerPhilipp works as a video journalist, tv reporter und visual storyteller. As a contributor to the multimedia project „Das Paris-Protokoll“ he was nominated for the Grimme Online Award 2016.
Roman Pernackhas been working as a videographer and filmmaker since 2006. He was filming on Tahrir Square in Egypt when the Revolution started and accompanied refugees at the camp in Idomeni, Greece.
Daniel Andreas SagerDaniel works as a journalist, director and cinematographer around the globe. His films have been shown at international festivals and on TV. Daniel won several international awards. He is a alumnus of Film Academy Baden-Württemberg.
Manuel Schambergerworks as a videographer and cinematographer, 1st AC and editor. His documentary „Mister James“ was screened at several international festivals. He is studying cinematography at Potsdam Babelsberg.
Antonia Schanzeworks as a videographer, editor and writer. As a day-reporter for the German public broadcaster Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg, she is accustomed to quickly producing online and television reports.
Stefanie StoyeStefanie has nine years of experience as a journalist, videographer and editor. As reporter she went to refugee camps in Lebanon and travelled on a ship to the Antarctica. Her work has been awarded three times with the "Bremer Fernsehpreis".
Christiane WittenbecherChristiane works as a web video and virtual reality journalist. In Iraq she covered the fight against IS in 360 degrees. Her work is awarded with renowned "Deutscher Reporterpreis" and "Deutscher Fernsehpreis".