ProSiebenSat.1 Media is a European mass media company that operates commercial television, premium pay channels, radio stations and related print businesses. I had the opportunity to work with them on multiple projects over the past 3 years. My responsibilities as fixer included research, scheduling, coordination, interpretation as well as translation in post-production. 

What the client says:
"Kathrin researched, planned and assisted us on several filming projects in Japan for Kabel Eins, German national television. Without her experience and knowledge of the country - her outstanding communication with our Japanese partners and contacts – we wouldn’t have been able to make the films we wanted to. She always went out of her way to make everything we wanted to do possible. It’s a great pleasure to work with her and we’re looking forward to our next projects."
— David Hahn, Television Editor, ProSiebenSat.1 Deutschland GmbH

"Kathrin was the backbone of our project—we couldn't have done it without her. She managed even the most complex and critical situations with ease. I loved working with her because she is such a nice, gifted, open-minded and inspiring person. I am already looking forward to our next project together. Thanks a lot!"
— Lars Aßmann, Television Editor, ProSiebenSat.1 Deutschland GmbH
Abenteuer Leben
"Foodtrends aus Japan"

This 30-minute episode of Abenteuer Leben covered a variety of Japanese food trends. Aside from my responsibilities as fixer, I also played a supporting role in front of the camera as Lars Aßmann's guide through Japan. From meat sushi and non-toxic pufferfish to high-quality Kobe beef and virtual cookies, together with Lars and his team we set out on a journey to discover the next food trends from Japan.  
"Foodtrend: Frittierte Ahornblätter aus Japan"

For this one-day production, I helped Carolin Conrady on her quest to find the secret behind Japanese momiji tempura, or fried maple leaves.
Back to Top