Benjamin Quabeck is a German Film-Director, Writer and Editor living with his family in Berlin. In 2001 he adapted his novel “Nichts Bereuen” (“No Regrets”) into a Feature Film, giving german Star-Actors Daniel Brühl and Jessica Schwarz their Debut. The film was awarded with numerous national and international Prizes. In his award-winning second movie “Verschwende Deine Jugend” (“Play it Loud”) German actor Christian Ulmen gave his Debut.

Besides a 360Degree-Film for the Autostadt Wolfsburg, the TV-Series “Unschuldig” for teamWorx, Music Videos and various audio dramas for Broadcaster WDR, Quabeck wrote and filmed his contribution for the cult film Cinema-Sequence “99Euros-Films”, was Co-Producer of “Winterreise” by Hans Steinbichler and "Drachenmaedchen" ("Dragon Girls") by Inigo Westmeier and directed commercial- and Cinema-Spots, example given the campaign with U2-Frontman Bono. He was Writer and Editor for the Cinema-Documentaries “Keep Surfing”,  “Dragon Girls” and “The Night in Lisbon” and was Voice Director for animation films like Award winning “Der Kleine und das Biest” and "Revolting Rhymes" by Roald Dahl, an Oscar nominated, BAFTA winning BBC Christmas Feature which he also edited.

Since 2007 he is continuously collaborating with German performance artist John Bock. To support the young Generation he is lecturing and taking place in Jury Committees like the National Video Festival Jury.