Kerstin Zilm

Kerstin Zilm

Independent Producer

Producer

Kerstin Zilm is an Independent Producer from Germany. She started working as a reporter in Berlin, East and West Germany shortly after the wall came down. In 2003 she came to Los Angeles as head of the West coast radio studio for Germany’s public broadcasting network ARD. In 2008 Kerstin established her own studio in Los Angeles. In California with its great weather, abundance of interesting characters and fascinating landscapes she found a wonderful place to live and work.

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