Max Langfeldt is a visual storyteller. With years of experience in the media industry — as a creative director, managing editor, reporter, content creator, working for TV broadcasters, brands, newspapers, art institutions and NGOs — he has created audiovisual campaigns and content for a diverse set of clients. The formats ranging from TV shows and segments, to branded content, to commercial video campaigns, to feature documentaries, and high-end doc series.
He was selected as an Arthur F. Burns Fellow and spent the summer 2018 in New York City as a senior creative producer in the video department of The New Yorker. In 2013, he was part of the editorial team nominated for a Grimme Award with the TV program Kulturpalast, which aired on ZDFkultur.