Martin Stellnberger was born 1967 in Linz, Upper Austria, Inspired by Burgenland wines, he founded a small graphics office in Eisenstadt at the age of 24. It was followed by less lucrative orders, and the fight for the daily bread in a fast-growing industry. The luck at his side, came a job from an international brand and with him the move to Vienna. In 2001, he graduated from the Corporate Communications University to provide day-to-day practice with the missing knowledge. 25 years later, Martin Stellnberger, creative director, photographer and filmmaker, has a serious collection of works for national and international clients. He has a broad understanding of customer insights and continuously assits our customers by transforming their thoughts and visions into amazing campaigns. Martin is married, has a wonderful 23 year old daughter, Anna, and a little son, Sven (7 years old), who is his most amazing and also greatest task besides his work.
Simon Alber was born in 1980 in Vienna (Austria). He loves to connect all the skills of the production artists of a creative project. After a technical apprenticeship he founded the film production company SGX in 2001 specialized in creating imagefilms. The next six years he realized many commercial and non-commercial projects as a camera operator. After 2007 he worked as an art director for different publishing houses focused in designing international magazines like the Rolling Pin or Across. For his graphic work he won different awards like the Cannes Lions, World Luxury Award or the Golden Pixel. Because he was not able to stop doing all kind of camera work he founded a new production company Lightwork Studio Vienna in cooperation with Martin Stellberger in 2014. Realizing advertising work for international clients like Daimler or Targo he started 2018 again some non-commercial camera work for short films. Beside of his creations in creative industry Simon is an addicted urban explorer of forgotten places around the world and likes to capture these with his analog Rolleiflex 3.5 camera from 1953.