Klaus Feichtenberger was born in Graz, the capital city of the southern Austrian province of Styria, in 1953. He studied German & English philology at the Karl-Franzens-University of Graz, at the University of Southampton. He had been working abroad as an independent translator and interpreter in Austria, England, USA, Spain for 6 years. He also taught at the Institute of Translation Science, University of Graz for ten years. He has been actively working as a writer and director, known for Radioactive Wolves: Chernobyl’s Nuclear Wilderness (2011), Grüne Inseln im steinernen Meer (1997) and Operation Opec – Terroranschlag in Wien (2007).