On my way to Berlin, I met Mia, a Korean Londoner who lives in the German capital for now.
She told me that she was dancer and that one of her coworker wanted to do a film of her, dancing in photogenic but weird places. On a foggy Sunday morning, we went into the east suburbs of Berlin, near an old building of the communist television.
Marco van Oel, who exercises photography and videography as a passion, took out from his bag a tripod, a camera, some lenses and a little bluetooth speaker.
After 10 minutes of training and warming, Mia was ready to dance.