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Scholar of literature, rock musician, mother, Ashtanga yoga teacher in training and, last but certainly not least, freelance author, copy writer and mompreneur. I get a kick out of creating connections between people, am passionate about being a mother, musician and yogini; and I feel blessed I get to deal with words and languages in many different registers for a living. Exciting encounters and travels, whether in books or in real life, keep me young; I need to learn new things constantly and incorrect punctuation in other people's texts can really get my goat. Those many different roles, however, share one motivation behind them: Being fascinated with communication in all its forms, how it sounds - and how it can work. I call language home.
I've worked internationally, at universities and ad agencies. Hence, I come up with content and copy, long and short, for pretty much anything professionally (you name it - I've named it): e.g. mailings, advertisements, films, posters, flyers, brochures, names, slogans, mission statements, song lyrics as well as websites and press releases. Above and beyond that, I can offer the following to fellow entrepreneurs or companies: project management, teambuilding and communication workshops and creative consultancy, as well as storytelling, travelogues, editing books or magazines or taking care of social media activities. Individually or in package deals.
Examples of previous talks / appearances:
Use your illusion - glimpses of the artist-philosopher according to Nietzsche
PAPER DELIVERED, UPON INVITATION, AT THE CONFERENCE “ARTIST PHILOSOPHERS. PHILOSOPHY AS ARTS-BASED RESEARCH” HELD BY THE UNIVERSITY FOR APPLIED ARTS VIENNA AND THE TANZFORUM WIEN, 18 JANUARY 2015.
Interview with Katja Brunkhorst in New York City
Before giving a talk on Rilke and Nietzsche at the Deutsches Haus in NYC in March 2008, I was interviewed by Angela Holzer for "Hyperion. On the future of Aesthetics".