Our Team


We are specialists and all-rounders. A contradiction? Not for us. All team members have extensive know-how in the areas of communication, layout, marketing, language and design. And yet team members are not responsible for a specific area of competence but, rather, combine skills and experience in all areas in their daily work. As such, every member of our team covers media design and concept creation, can advise our clients and implement solutions, and can develop ideas and also steer production.

What does this mean for you? You work together with one contact person who professionally manages each step of the project and who is able to observe the entire project from all its different perspectives. You receive competent and efficient solutions  literally from one hand.

If you would like to learn more about us, please find some information below. Perhaps you are curious as to who is behind the voice on the telephone.

Koller ReginaRegina Koller

Education: Adult Education (PH), Diploma in Engineering (FH)  Focus on Product Management






What do you like about Munich/Bavaria?
The Munich dialect and the relaxed social atmosphere.

What will we most likely find on your plate for lunch today?
Something that can be prepared quickly and contains Asian or Middle Eastern spices, such as Hummus or Tom Kha Gai. Or simply a Leberkässemmel from the butcher next door.

How does one recognize your desk?
On the stack of "things to do when I have the time" and a copy of the last print project. That stays on my desk for a while because I like beautiful results and like to see them for a long time.

Henke Wiebke Wiebke Henke

Education: MA in Media and Communication
with a concentration in communication science from the University of Augsburg





What do you like about Munich/Bavaria?

The food: from Marillenknödel to Rohrnudeln, to Semmelknödel with Schwammerln and Rahmsoße, or a typical Bavarian lunch with Obazda in a cozy nearby beer garden. I hardly knew any of that when I moved to Bavaria from Schleswig-Holstein after finishing school.

What will we most likely find on your plate for lunch today?
Since I always cook in the evening, there is a good chance that it will be bread with cream cheese, cheese and tomato, or a salad with feta, tomato and cucumber.

How does one recognize your desk?
On the bar of chocolate that lays at the ready about 40 centimeters left of the keyboard. On the six post-it notes on my computer monitor, with important info (such as my own Excel-shortcuts). And on the fat blue binder on the right side of my desk in which I always file my documents because I can't stand sheets of paper flying around.

Spessart Michaela Michaela Keiser

Parental leave

Education: BA in Media Design with a concentration in Brand Development and Design at the Rheinische Fachhochschule Köln



What do you like about Munich/Bavaria?

In addition to the food, I think the landscape and nature in Bavaria is simply amazing. Even though it is similar to the Eifel, where I come from, it's still the best chosen home for me. There are endless places to go on excursions, whether it's hiking in the mountains, riding motorcycles or just strolling through Munich. In the city, I really like the wonderful combination of tradition and modern. I love sitting at the Viktualienmarkt, drinking something cool, and watching the locals as well as the tourists.

What will we most likely find on your plate for lunch today?
A homemade sandwich with cheese and sausage, and a fresh tomato salad. For dessert there is often also something sweet to follow.

How does one recognize your desk?
I call it my organized chaos. Everything at my fingertips, and yet sorted, even if it doesn't look like it. Additionally I have a mouse pad next to me with pictures of my beloved.

k mMichael Koller

Education: MA in Psycholinguistics, Consultant, Trainer and Coach






What do you like about Munich/Bavaria?
I was born and raised here – therefore lots of things come to my mind. But these days Liberalitas Bavariae ranks first for me: being open and tolerant as well as showing magnanimity, which altogether form the foundation for "live and let live".

What will we most likely find on your plate for lunch today?
That would be a bit of everything! I particularly enjoy the leftovers of yesterday’s dinner; but it could just as well be a steak or spaghetti with pesto.

How does one recognize your desk?
That's tough ... you probably won’t recognize my desk at all, underneath all those documents and devices. And all shelves are covered with papers, too: There are so many things in life that are of interest to me or contain impulses I want to give in to.

Krailinger Fritz Fritz Krailinger

Education: B.A. in English from the University of Regensburg

 




What do you like about Munich/Bavaria?

Bavaria is especially attractive due to its diversity: on the one hand, you have life in the big city of Munich, however on the other hand, you have the relaxed way of life in the more rural areas.

What will we most likely find on your plate for lunch today?
That’s not all that easy to predict. I switch a lot between Asian, Mediterranean, and Bavarian cuisine. It just depends on whatever I crave at the moment.

How does one recognize your desk?
Really there’s only one constant on my desk: a consistently full cup of coffee.

Praßmayer Lukas Lukas Praßmayer

Education: MA in General and Comparative Media Studies at the University of Regensburg






What do you like about Munich/Bavaria?

Since I was born and raised in upper Bavaria, there’s a lot that I like about and identify with in Bavaria, such as the dialect, the food, and the landscape. But I especially feel connected to the quiet and comfortable way of life in the countryside.

What will we most likely find on your plate for lunch today?
I’m pretty uncomplicated and simple when it comes to food. Normally I’m satisfied with a bit of sausage on some bread or a "Leberkäs" sandwich. It’s the cup of coffee afterwards that’s more important to me.

How does one recognize your desk?
My desk is a very diverse entity. At the beginning of a project, I like to have it tidy in order to make room for new ideas. Over the course of a project, the "complexity" of my desk grows with the increasing input. It’s always an "orderly chaos" here, of course. And there’s always space for a glass of water.