Moving Camera believes in a flexible, inclusive, empowering, and non-discriminating work environment, recognizing and giving credit to the work and talent of each of its collaborators.
communication + press
Bettina Ullmann studied at the University Freiburg i.Br. (M.A. in political science, German literature) in the late 80’s. She worked as a dancer at the Freiburger Stadttheater, participating in cultural, art and dance-productions supported by Akademie der Künste Berlin until she switched into corporate design and branding at an agency in Berlin. In 2000 she started to work as a journalist and PR-editor for a weekly magazine in Switzerland. Since 2017 she helps Start-Up-Companies and artists with professional support in Public Relations and journalistic concepts. She is responsible for public relations and communication.
Jakob Clausen, born in 1992 in Berlin, grew up boating with a passion for the life on the water. He studied economics in Greifswald and after doing development aid in Asia, discovered his need to work in a non-profit environment. He is a licensed lifeguard and a boat captain. Since 2019 he is on board of the Moving Camera and wants to be part of a social change of education for next generations. He is responsible for the growth of educational program.
Maciej Markowicz (1981) is a Polish born artist living in Berlin. He studied Photography in London, UK and New York, US and since 2015 he is turning mobile objects into Camera Obscura(s). He photographed New York City for 2 years using 1973 VW Bus that he converted into driving Camera Obscura. In 2017 He build Camera Obscura boat, that he traveled across Europe. It was inside the floating camera obscura where he discovered the need to use the powers of Camera Obscura to inspire and connect people. In 2019 he founded Berlin based Moving Camera nonprofit organization teaching children manual creativity through art and photography. He is responsible for growth of the organization.