Florian Walter is a visual and media anthropologist with over three years' experience carrying out ethnographic film- and fieldwork in Chiapas, Mexico, particularly in local media projects. He completed his PhD on audiovisual and collaborative methods at the University of Bremen in 2012. After serving as an assistant professor at the Free University of Berlin until 2020, he now works as a lecturer at the University of Münster. Since 2022, Florian has taken on the role of Educational IT Coordinator at a high school in Hamburg, diving deep into the realms of digitality and understanding intricate digitalization processes. His research interests focus on transcultural filmmaking, co-theorizations, decolonial strategies and perspectives, as well as the intertwining of education with digital innovation.