Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
I am cofounder of Moby Digg, a design studio based in Munich, working in the field of curation, culture and commerce. We create vivid visual identities and unique digital experiences, connecting the best of design and technology. I come from a cultural background, art has always been around me and it is still an important part in my work.
What would you consider your distinctive achievement?
We are designers and creative coders at the same time, which influences the way we work significantly. In our understanding we extend graphic design with the opportunities state-of-the-art technologies give us.
What are you looking forward to?
Long distance travels have always been part of our Studio. We have founded the studio in Buenos Aires, then moved back to Munich. We also traveled to Cambodja for a job once and our studio will take a trip to Japan next autumn we are all looking forward to.
Which advice would you give to other professionals?
Be openminded and keep traveling. Encounters with different cultures, believes and nature are the things which really inspire you to move on and create something meaningful.
What are the challenges we need to overcome to make cultural entrepreneurship more accessible?
People have to think rather in platforms than as a single person. We should all connect more and be in constant exchange of our ideas and works. This would create a more comfortable atmosphere between creative people and the market.