Growing up in a remote German village near the border to France, at the age of 22 Antonia decided to finally see the rest of the world and moved to Los Angeles. There she studied Screenwriting & Directing at UCLA and also trained in Improv Theater with instructors from Second City and The Gorillas. During her studies she gained practical experience while working at several film productions, production companies such as Tomorrow Films as well as interning with the AFI Film Fest. Working freelance since 2007, she's providing script coverage as well as translating screenplays. And of course she's working on her own scripts as well which have repeatedly placed in the top 5% of contests such as the Nicholl Fellowship.
Antonia currently divides her time between Los Angeles and Berlin where she teaches the screenwriting class Creating complex female characters for Film & TV at Master School Drehbuch Berlin.
She's also the author of the e-essay Career-driven, power-hungry, lonely? The portrayal of female leaders in Film and TV (Master School Drehbuch EDITION, 2015) and has written an article for AVIVA magazine.