Swiss-born Reto Caduff is a visual storyteller and the „German Documentary Award“ winner for „Conny Plank – The Potential Of Noise.“
Today, he works as an accomplished director and producer for cinema and television, photographer, and book publisher. He received his initial training in cutting-edge Swiss typography and graphic design. He now uses film and digital cameras to produce visual stories at various frames per second for both his own artistic projects and for clients from around the world.
He is the publisher of Sturm & Drang Publishers, a company that releases artistic photo books, and the owner of the creative agency IMAGE and CONTENT.
Caduff began running a record label when he was in his teens in the mid 80’s, directed music videos, and then began working for Swiss Public Radio and TV. He resided and worked in New York and Los Angeles from 1994 to 2012, where he created a variety of movies, TV shows, music videos, and other visual works.
His documentaries include „Krokus,“ „Charlie Haden – Rambling Boy,“ and „The Visual Language Of Herbert Matter.“ He published the photo book Freckles and has contributed photographs to publications including Travel & Leisure, brand eins and Swiss International Airlines Magazine.
With a special focus on the arts, he has created films for exhibitions at institutions such as the Getty Research Institute, Marion Goodman Gallery, Kunsthaus Graz or Kestnergesellschaft.
He currently resides in Switzerland, from where he is also creating music with the synth-pop duo Séance.