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Kasper Bielefeldt

10: Nov 2013

Kasper Bielefeldt has worked in television as a TV Photographer since 2005. He started as an intern at a local TV station doing all sorts of different formats, ranging from short news, working as a video journalist, to longer features and documentaries.

When he finished his internship in 09’ he got his first job at DR Broadcasting Corporation (National TV station - equivalent to BBC). There he worked as a photographer and editor on a 40 minute weekly TV magazine called 21 Sunday, doing stories from Denmark and all around the world.

The past 5 months Kasher has been in the process of reforming the company's program, looking at how they can tell the stories differently and better, be more visually compelling and overall lift the quality of the segments they produce.

Kasper participated in the November 2013 MediaStorm Methodology Workshop. He had the following to say about his experience:

After being ” brought up” in traditional television and never really feeling that working with short formats and deadlines was my calling, I’m just so much more determined to try something else with what I do, tell stories different and tell different stories, and hopefully make a greater impact with the people watching.

Usually I tend to have bit of a hard time staying awake during a ”sit down and listen” class, but I guess it all depends on who’s talking, because at no point was what was said uninteresting!! It’s been a long time since I’ve felt I got so much useful information in such a short period of time.

From hearing about Brian’s visions as a person and as head of the company, to complicated workflows, an innovative media player, your take on how to use social media, and listening to your wizard Joe telling about how he did his graphic magic was inspiring!!

I feel like you all helped steering me the right direction!

Thank all you guys, girls and dogs at MediaStorm.