Karsten Wiesel grew up in Thuringia, Germany. He finished his apprenticeship as a wood-carver in Flensburg, where he initiated the local short film festival in 2000. Between 2001 and 2007, he studied at the University of Fine Arts of Hamburg. Since then he is living and working as filmmaker in Hamburg.
Clemens Endreß is a freelance Foley artist, sound designer and composer with his own Foley studio in Hamburg. He studied Audiovisual Media Engineering at the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences from 2004 until 2009. He learned the art of Foley with Lucas Nilsson (Sweden) as well as saxophone / musical theory with Germany’s top player Johannes Enders. He mainly works on international cinema features, but also on radio plays, documentary films and live performances.
Gregory Büttner is living and working as a musician and artist in Hamburg. Since 2000, he concentrates on sound art and electro-acoustic composition. He played numerous festivals and concerts in Europe and China, composed music for dance and performance, radio, film and sound installations. 2004 he founded the label „1000füssler“, releasing experimental music in small editions.
Sin Huh studied Architecture and Visual Communication at the University of Fine Arts of Hamburg between 2002 and 2008. Then he finished his film studies as cinematographer at Hamburg Media School. He worked as DOP on many award-winning films like e.g. the Oscar-nominated short film „Raju“ by Max Zähle.