Hendrik Lehmann is the head of the Tagesspiegel Innovation Lab.
He is particularly interested in visual storytelling, data analysis and the development of new ways of collecting data in journalism. He is one of the journalists behind the projects Radmesser, Wem gehört Berlin? and Cities for Rent. He has been awarded the German Reporter Prize three times for his work in various research projects, as well as the Data Journalism Award 2020 (now Sigma Award), the Ernst Schneider Prize 2020 and the European Press Prize 2022. Hendrik studied Political Science at the FU Berlin and Urban and Digital Sociology at Goldsmiths College London.