Henriette Wegener joins us as an intern. She grew up in Dessau – Roßlau and studies law at the University of Potsdam, with a specialization in international law.
What was your first job?
I used to work part–time as a children’s animator.
Breakfast or dinner?
What do you cook when you spontaneously have friends over for dinner?
Honestly and uncreatively: pasta.
Mountains or Seaside?
Seaside! I also love hiking in the mountains, but as I do not have a car, a holiday by the sea is more convenient. Also, sunsets by the sea are simply magnificent.
If you could meet someone famous, dead or alive, who would it be?
Which was your favorite place to live so far?
Helsinki. I lived there for a year and fell in love with not just the city, but the whole country.
Digital or analogue?
I try to work digitally until I forget to charge my laptop and, out of necessity, make messy notes on paper again.
Favorite time of day?
The morning (stress-free if possible).
Window or aisle seat?
As long as the plane arrives, I do not really care.
Country you wish to visit?
Iceland is at the top of my bucket list!
What song will always get you on the dancefloor?
As long as the beat makes me happy, I will dance before the song actually starts.
Good advice you’ve received?
Do not believe everything you think.
Biggest pet peeve?
Open toilet lids.
Most played on your music playlist right now?
Orchestra techno, especially the Beethoven remix.
Favorite (public) holiday?
New Year’s Eve.
Last new thing you learned?
How to properly tape your own leg.
Which movie can you watch over and over?
WALL E. Wonderful movie.
Three words to describe Berlin?
Colourful, vibrant, awake.
Three words to describe your hometown Dessau – Roßlau?
Small, green, sleepy.
Night owl or early bird?
I try to be an early bird, but tend to be more of a night owl.
Favorite pizza topping?
Arugula with mozarella!