Welcome. I’m Fabian Mohr, a journalist living in Berlin and working for Zeit Online. You’ll find me on Twitter, Pinboard, Flickr, Instagram, Google 360 Photospheres, Vimeo and SoundCloudRead more about me here.

I’m fascinated by concise, captivating stories that look beautiful on all devices. I like tricky projects. At Zeit Online, I’m currently overseeing the interactive team. A few story projects I was involved in one way or another in recent years: Eine Nation pendelt | Zwei Quadratmeter Deutschland | Das geteilte Land | Ugandas vergessene Kindersoldaten | Wir schlachten ein Schwein | Das neue Leben der Stalinallee | 100 Jahre Tour de France

From time to time I’m posting short articles in this blog. A few samples: The Displaced: VR storytelling by the New York Times | Why show dead people in the news? | Street art guide to Friedrichshain | Visiting a former Stasi prison in Berlin | The rice fields of Tam Coc, Vietnam

All photos licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0. Feel like remixing? Start with the Street Art album on Flickr.

Awards, grants, jury activities (previous and current): Arthur F. Burns Fellowship/IJP, Arthur F. Burns Prize, Grimme Online Award, Christophorus-Preis, Pressefoto Bayern (Sonderpreis Serie), Information is Beautiful Award, Vorjury Deutscher Reporterpreis, Nominierungskommission Grimme Online Award, Jury Lumix-Multimedia-Award, Jury AppArtAward, ZKM.

Contact: DM me on Twitter.