A vibrant but organized chaos reigns on Nadja’s desk. When she’s not wrestling with complex project plans and painstakingly constructed Excel tables, she’s providing her colleagues with advice and assistance on particularly challenging projects. And even with a change in media, the pace never slackens.
After several years of specializing in interdisciplinary workflows, transcreation and cross-media production in London and in Italy, Nadja still gravitates toward everything that has anything to do with transcreation or the various audiovisual disciplines – and that shows in her work at Leinhäuser. She and the AudioVideo team see to it that complex online training courses are localized, image films mastered and corporate clips subtitled. German, Malay or Indonesian – it’s all the same to her.
The word “impossible” isn’t in Nadja’s vocabulary. It generally only takes a few hours of quiet tinkering until she’s worked out a solution.
Even outside of work, Nadja pursues her affinity for the audiovisual medium: From blues to punk rock – nothing gets done without music. But books, theater, the piano and her dog are also there to help her relax. It’s usually not long though before the next project calls her back to her desk. Too much peace and quiet is boring anyway!