In the graphics & media design office, Cornelia Diefenbach consults with customers to produce a design briefing and visual image designs. In corporate design, in the design of virtual and physical space and in presentations, an artistic approach is combined with the technical requirements of visual communication. Training and the familiarisation of staff and employees can also be undertaken.
She completed her studies at the Berlin University of the Arts (UdK, formerly known as the Hochschule der Künste Berlin) and at the California Institute of the Arts, CalArts in Los Angeles. The art degree was awarded with the distinction of 'Meisterschüler (master pupil) for especially artistic work' under Professor Leiko Ikemura.
Cornelia Diefenbach has worked for many years both as an employee and as a freelancer for media and advertising agencies. Additional qualifications and expertise have been gained as a process and IT consultant in purchasing on behalf of Volkswagen AG.
Since 2014 she works as a lecturer in Graphic Design, illustration/ visualisation and digital applications at DIPLOMA university of applied sciences.
A special service that she offers from the Office for Visual Communication is the facility to combine and bring together other skills through a network of different cooperating partners.
Martin Stehle looks after the technical stuff, such as (IT-)implementation of Internet applications. But most of all his main focuses lies by the development of accessible websites.
Andrea Wöhrmann photographs for journalistic and artistic purposes. She is a street photographer as well as the catches situations and things at the right moment.
Anne Hoffmann does science research and makes films: for television, for example „RBB Wissen“. Specialises in science journalism, with emphasis on ecosystems and renewable energy.