My name is Carolin Kram. I’m a photographer and storyteller based in Bielefeld, Germany. Reading until way after dark, downloading the newest episode of my favorite tv show at night and watching it before school, playing video games until the sun comes up again and meeting up with friends to jump into the skin of our favorite roleplaying characters — I’ve spent countless hours devouring and telling stories. Now I help others tell theirs.
- I graduated with a Magister (basically a German M. A.) in English, Linguistics and Text Technology from the University of Bielefeld. My time abroad was spent at Trinity College Dublin where I studied English Literature, Linguistics and Computational Linguistics. Yes, I’m a nerd.
- I joined a local scout troup in the early nineties and never looked back.
- I’m quite fond of (nature|fountain pens|leather, wood & brass|reading|stationery|role playing games).
- My pronouns are she/her or they/them – I’m not fussy.
- My poodle is the boss of me.
“People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact, it’s the other way around.”
— Terry Pratchett, Witches Abroad
Stories touch people in ways that pure information, pure facts just can’t. With the rise of internet, the act of sharing information changed, became less personal. If we’re being honest, storytelling is just fancy marketing talk for bringing emotions back to the table because the science clearly shows that people remember stories, not products. So if a mere product photo just doesn’t cut it, why not get a little emotional? Let’s shape this story together.
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