Fritz Kohle studied at the Surrey Institute of Art and Design and later as a postgraduate at the Northern Media School, Sheffield Hallam University. Kohle began his career as a runner at companies such as the The Weather Channel, working his way up to become Location Manager on Channel 4 (UK) feature films, Head of Productions at the Lux Centre London and Field Producer for iBeam Europe. As a freelance Producer and Production Manager he has produced episodes for Marienhof, one of Germany's most popular soaps with a daily viewership exceeding 6 million. In collaboration with the Ludwigsburg Film Academy in Germany, he published the media handbook Medienmacher Heute. Kohle's passion for teaching led him to work with young offenders as well as aspiring filmmakers. Kohle's recent projects include post-production management for Studio Babelsberg's features in Berlin such as Wim Wender's Soul of a Man, and Jackie Chan's 80 Days Around the World. In addition, he was also involved in various German soaps such as Notruf 110 and Tatort. Kohle was Bigfoot Entertainment's Head of Post Production until 2007. Since June 2007 he works as Assistant Director, Production Centre and Post-production for New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, Singapore Campus. In 2009 he relocated to the Netherlands and focused again on documentary production and teaching.