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⤷ PiB Guide Nº55 JULY/AUG 2024

About · Über PiB

»PiB« (short for Photography in Berlin) is a curated, bilingual (en/de) platform for fine art & documentary photography in Berlin.

In print & online PiB presents selected highlights mainly from Berlin’s vibrant photography scene – here on its website, in the digital, weekly #pibnewsletter, in the bi-monthly published print issue, the PiB Guide – to a continually growing, international audience of photography enthusiasts.

PiB welcomes collaborations & media partnerships, please find further infos in PiB’s media kit, and please feel free to get in touch anytime for the current promotion options & rates.

»PiB« (kurz für Photography in Berlin) ist eine kuratierte, zweisprachige (en/de) Plattform für künstlerische & dokumentarische Fotografie in Berlin.

In Print & Online präsentiert PiB ausgewählte Highlights aus Berlins lebendiger Fotoszene (und darüber hinaus) hier auf der Website, im digitalen, wöchentlichen #pibnewsletter und in der zweimonatlich erscheinenden Printausgabe, dem PiB Guide einem stetig wachsenden, internationalen Publikum von Fotografie-Enthusiasten.

PiB ist offen für Kooperationen und Medienpartnerschaften. Weitere Informationen findest du im Media Kit von PiB. Kontaktiere uns jederzeit und informiere dich über die aktuellen Werbeoptionen und -preise.

»PiB — Photography in Berlin« | PiB’s website, PiB’s weekly E-Newsletter, and the bi-monthly published PiB Guide: page 12 & 13 from the PiB Guide Nº15 Nov/Dec 2017; feat. the exhibition Evelyn Hofer »Cities, Interiors, Still Lifes. Photographs 1962 – 1997« at Galerie Springer Berlin; image credits: Queensboro Bridge, New York, 1964 / Coney Island, New York, 1965 / Girl with Bicycle, Dublin, 1966, all 3 photos © Evelyn Hofer, Estate Evelyn Hofer.

PiB’s team

Julia Schiller

Founder & Editor in Chief | Art Direction | Curation

PiB was founded in spring 2015 by Julia Schiller, motivated by her personal passion for photography.
After completing her master in graphic design as well as media- & communication management (M.A.) in Munich in 2002, she lived in Athens (Greece) for a while, where she worked as a creative director in advertising.
In 2006 she moved to Berlin (Germany) and – besides currently working full-time on PiB – makes a living as a freelance art director, photographer and curator, currently based in Berlin-Köpenick. Julia is a member of SALOON Berlin, a network for women of Berlin’s art scene.

Julia’s personal profiles:
InstagramWebsite | ele studio | LinkedIn | Actual Colors May Vary {ACMV}

Oliver Schneider

Art Direction | Editing | Curation | Marketing | SEO | WordPress

Oliver started studying photography at the FH Dortmund and finished at the Hochschule für Grafik-Buchkunst in Leipzig (Diploma, Klasse für Fotografie und Medien, Joachim Brohm). In 2000, he moved to Berlin and is working as a freelance and employed art director since then.

He co-founded two startups: Earthfaves, the social network to recommend your favorite places to friends, and LoveWaves, a platform to make ideas and products for a better world better known with the power of the crowd.

Together with his wife Julia, he started the photography blog Actual Colors May Vary, and the curated slideshow Local Colors May Vary, combining contemporary fine-art photography and live music. They have been invited to the Belfast Photo Festival in 2013 to curate a slide show and give a talk about the festival’s theme “Spectacle” that was informed by Oliver’s theory diploma work “Wege aus dem Spektakel” about Guy Debord and the Situationist movement.

In 2024 Oliver joined PiB. Together, they are ele studio and can be booked for design and WordPress projects. If times allows, they ride their bikes and blog about it on Actual Colors May Vary.

Oliver’s personal profiles:
Website | ele studio | LinkedIn | Actual Colors May Vary {ACMV}

Past team members/trainees can be found here!

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