In 1986–87 I volonteered as an assistant editor in the non-fiction paperback department of Ullstein Verlag, Berlin.
In 1987-89 I was an assistant to the president of Dietrich Reimer Verlag, Berlin.
Since 1989 I have been a free-lance editor for book publications in architecture and related fields.
I passed the Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English in 1999.
Together with Ria Stein, I led the Editorial Office Architecture Andreas Müller Ria Stein Gbr from 2012 to 2021.
Andreas Müller, M. A. Washington University/U.S.A., trained publishing manager (CCI Berlin)
Following my high school degree at Freiherr-vom-Stein-Gymnasium in Spandau, Berlin, in 1977, I enrolled in History and German Languages and Literatures, at Freie Universität Berlin, on the track for a graduate secondary school teacher. I was a teaching assistant in Mediaeval German Literature and Language, with Prof. Dr. Volker Mertens, in my second and third year.
In 1980–81 I studied History at Université Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV), with a fellowship of the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD, and took courses also at other schools, among them Paris I and the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales.
In 1982–1983 I studied German literature at Washington University in St. Louis, Miss., and graduated with the Magister Artium of this school.
I took the 1st, academic part of the Staatsexamen in Berlin in 1984, finalizing my studies in German and History with a thesis on Thomas Mann’s Doktor Faustus, under the direction of Dr. Hans-Georg Rappl.
I was trained as a publishing manager at Archibook Verlag Martina Düttmann, in 1984–86, with a state examination by the Berlin Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
French (very good)
Born 1958 in Berlin
Lives in Berlin