One of the interesting aspects of video making in my case is the significant role of photography. When I am shooting a video I firstly think as a photographer like making the composition work, setting the proper lighting, building the general mood, trying to tell a subtle story with a single frame, etc. After this first crucial step comes the prolonged storytelling through motion, meaning camera or/and actors movement, and this is where things get really interesting. I regard video making like music composition: after having done the basics in photography part, rhythm and pace are those stylistic elements which I consider being very important. In conjunction with continuity in edit of course. I like very much that kind of special universal visual language a video is telling or better showing of. On the one hand there is the aspect of easy understandability, a video about an red bull event is difficult to mistake for a video about polar bears. On the other hand, there is the abstract appealing visual flow, which works similar to music melody or harmony: we like it or not, without exactly being able to explain why.