FABIAN GAMPER CINEMATOGRAPHER
Fabian was born in Switzerland in 1985. After graduating with a bachelor's degree in film from the Zurich University of the Arts, he worked as a second camera assistant on various feature and television films. He then studied cinematography at the Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg.
His first feature film as a cinematographer, 'Die Tochter' ('Dark Blue Girl') by Mascha Schilinski, celebrated its world premiere at the Berlinale 2017 ('Perspektive Deutsches Kino'). The film was screened at over 40 festivals worldwide and received several awards.
2018 he won the 'Deutscher Kamerapreis' for the short film 'Freibadsinfonie' ('Blue Summer Symphony') by Sinje Köhler.
His recent work includes a collaboration with Robert Gwisdek for several projects in a row, such as Robert's feature film debut as a director ('The Boy Who Owns The World') (in post prod.) and two music videos for Rammstein.
Fabian lives in Berlin.