C/O Vienna Magazine is an interview magazine that promotes emerging talents, uncovers forgotten genies, and reports on the city’s charismatic people, places and projects. Creative minds and their ideas get the platform they deserve. The weekly articles online, a new print edition every year and its high quality is due to the great effort and visions of its enthusiastic contributors.
Editor In Chief
She is founder and chief editor of C/O Vienna Magazine. She’s always out there launching something new because what she’s looking for doesn’t exist – for example, the fantastic REDAKTIONSBUERO OST. She publishes books, directs films, writes screenplays and texts, takes care of (almost) all of the business matters, and privately collects way too much vintage clothing. Her journalistic passion is dedicated to art, architecture, fashion and all those people out there doing remarkable and daring things. If you really want to know more , click here.
Anja not only manages the C/O Vienna Magazine as chief of staff in terms of organization, but also enriches the magazine with creative photography. She is also responsible for handling collaborations. As a graduate photographer fresh out of the Graphische Wien, she skillfully puts artists in the spotlight. In her studies of theater, film and media science, she dealt with gender-specific topics such as female staging on Instagram and co-edited the book Flight - Migration - Theater.
Lara loves to play with language, whether in lyrical or journalistic texts. Poems by Rilke, photo volumes by Annie Leibowitz and novels by Ross MacDonald give her moments of happiness. As a journalism student, she spent last winter in Paris, where she learned to love the city apart from the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe. In Vienna she prefers to go to the theatre, to the cinema or on the street with her camera.
VIKTORIA originally comes from the rather dull industrial district of Lower Austria. Meanwhile she tours half of Europe with her successful band DIVES. Ute Bock motivated her indirectly to study JUS. She already wrote for The Gap and for the second print edition THE BEAUTY ISSUE by C/O VIENNA MAGAZINE.
Editor at large
David keeps standing by C/O Vienna Magazine with all his great ideas and sense of humor. As he now teaches Art, his students too will benefit from his creativity and said sense of humor. He studied and worked at the Universität für Angewandte Kunst in Vienna and as a freelance artist and photographer. After a longer stay in Tokio, he developed a keen interest in anything Japanese and an equally great passion for beautiful fabrics.
Besides her longstanding activities as a newspaper, radio, and television journalist – for example, as a moderator for the Austrian channel ATV and Redaktionsbuero Ost – every now and then she could be found on different stages as a singer. After her vocal training at the Mozarteum in Salzburg followed – simply since it was also pretty interesting – an education as a certified textile designer, and then she graduated to become a professional speaker. At C/O Vienna Magazine she writes and films diverse contributions and portraits.
Eva Holzinger was born in Upper Austria in 1990. She studied theatre, film and media studies as well as journalism and communication studies in Vienna, Copenhagen and Berlin. 2015 - 2017 she worked for brut Wien, today she is an independent production manager in the field of dance and performance. She also works as a freelance editor. She thinks yoga is great, as well as "Saure Radler".
The young editor has been writing and interview- ing for us since this year. In her free-time the Vien- nese-by-choice and history student likes to go “birding”, read: bird watching and making photographs.
As a junior editor at C/O Vienna Magazine, Pia Semorad not only writes exciting interview articles, she is also responsible for social media. As a trained graphic designer, she prepares exciting subjects for the online magazine and Instagram. Previously, she was a successful poetry slammer and has already been published in the Austrian U20 anthology.
DJ and editor for Music & Culture
Shilla is Culture Journalist, Festival Curator and Concert Organizer. Her journalistic and curator practise focuses on experimental and subversive artistic expression, pop culture and the thin line between civilized culture and alternative culture. In 2012 she organised the concert series Struma+Iodine which focuses on contemporary electronic (Club)Music. Since 2015 she curates the Unsafe+Sounds festival, since 2016 she organizes the summer concert series Parken im Wiener Votivpark (Parking in the Viennese Votiv park) and since 2017 the series Azephal + Aleph in the “Alten Schmiede”. She regulary performs as DJ Inou Ki Endo.
International Editing & Contacts
She graduated from the University of Art and Design in Linz and started then her studies in Business Administration in Vienna. She lived and worked for nearly two decades alternately in Vienna and New York and has established herself again in Austria recently. She works regularly since 2009 for the Redaktionsbuero OST in Vienna and New York. For the C/O Vienna Magazine she cares about the international contacts and the editorial organization.
He grew up in East Styria and works as a photographer since 2010 on various projects, publications and exhibitions beyond the Austrian borders. He’s extremely interested in every aspect connected to photography and images generally. He graduated in Drama, Film and Media Sciences at the University of Vienna. His thesis was on the development and distribution of stereoscopy in the 19th century. Apart from his work as a photographer he appreciates being part of the collective YOU HAVE YOUR FAMILY I HAVE MINE.
Videoproducer & Editor
He studied art history at the University of Vienna – focus: modern and contemporary art. He has published works about art on building sites and about the European avant-garde. Early on he had an interest in film and works today as a cameraman, cutter, and production assistant for diverse documentary film projects. As a video journalist he has made contributions to derStandard.at, The New Contemporary Blog, and presently for C/O Vienna Magazine. Gerald Zagler loves Afro-American music in all its facets. For him, there’s nothing better than cooking and eating.
seite zwei - branding & design
seite zwei is the design partner of C/O Vienna Magazine. The Designbureau from Vienna was founded in 2011 by Stefan Mayer and Christian Begusch. With their team, they develop and inspire innovative design for brands, products and institutions in the commercial and cultural sector. They are sharp analysts and love clear arguments. Straightforwardness and directness are also characteristics of their design language. Manuela Neuner and Christoph Schörkhuber design as art directors.
Coding & Technical Support
Born and raised in New York exile, he began as a translator at a young age, a profession he has been pursuing for almost thirty years, in addition to a constantly expanding list of other activities. Not only beautiful, but indescribably beautiful, he finds the Austrian word "herbsteln".
Peter Blakeney & Christine Schöffler
Since the first online and print edition, the duo based in Vienna has been on board with us as translators. For our BEAUTY ISSUE we asked them what has changed in their lives since our last edition:
"A scar is a mark of beauty. We have new scars."
NOUS was founded ten years ago in Vienna as a communication project with digital handheld technologies and today is one of the leading providers in the field of mobile guides and multimedia communication. NOUS develops projects in collaboration with architects and museum planners and advises institutions on the transformation of the communication strategies in an increasingly digitalized world. Among other works, the know-how of NOUS is behind the award-winning streaming portal of the Vienna State Opera and in the new website of C/O Vienna Magazine.