Julia Kalbskopf starts as graphic designer – motion designer

After Max Salzinger’s start, the marketing team is happy to welcome a new member this month. From now on Julia Kalbskopf will support us as a graphic designer – motion design. 

Julia graduated from the Academy of Fashion & Design (AMD) in Munich with a Brand and Communication Design degree. During her studies, she worked as a student assistant in the Graphic & Design department at Amundi Deutschland GmbH and assisted in the creative department at Fotografie Holger Weiß. Julia also completed an internship in Postproduction & Motion Design at Zehntausendgrad Videowerbung GmbH. During her time as a student, Julia fell in love with moving images, especially animation. “I think it’s great to bring static illustrations to life through movement. That’s why Julia decided to join Zehntausendgrad after her bachelor’s degree and worked there as a communication & motion designer. Now her path has led her to trbo, where she can breathe life into our illustrations. 

Julia is also a creative person in her private life. She loves to paint and draw and likes to give her work away to friends and family. “That way my paintings have a meaningful purpose,” she explains. By the way, Julia’s motto for her drawings is: Make something you’re proud of it! But she is not only proud of her paintings: Julia has been a vegetarian for over twelve years, but occasionally tries her hand at vegan cooking — we even got to try her vegan muffins!  

We look forward to many creative animations and even more vegan treats. Welcome aboard, dear Julia!  

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