[zerone] starts into the future with a new team
Tobias Aderhold, Christian Braun and Moritz Müller are the new Leaders at Zerone
The new triumvirate at Hamburg-based media service provider [zerone] is characterized by a unique mix of competencies as well as deep roots and broad experience in the media and digitization industry.
With a great appetite for innovation and a leading role in 3D, VR and CGI, the new management team is successfully leading [zerone] into the next decade. The composition of the new team is not only unique in the scene, but combines all relevant competencies for a departure into the future.
Tobias Aderhold stands for creativity and innovation in the field of visualization, CGI and the creation of virtual worlds. He has been successfully demonstrating his skills at the Hamburg location for years and he is a renowned head in the scene.
Christian Braun is CEO & founder of MAGING GmbH, visionary, designer and wholehearted entrepreneur – with an eye for processes and visual quality. His professional stations are characterized by future-oriented high-end applications in the field of 3D worlds and he has decisively contributed to the establishment of 3D, Virtual and Mixed Reality in the automotive sector. He will bring these experiences from aesthetics to processes from his time at Porsche AG and his time in Sweden at Volvo and Polestar to the new structure of [zerone].
As Chief Operating Officer at the Pforzheim-based marketing service provider Meyle+Müller, Moritz Müller is responsible, among other things, for linking a wide variety of state-of-the-art production methods and developing new concepts in the areas of marketing content generation and advertising media production. With his new role at [zerone], he underlines the commitment of the M+M Group and the owner family as well as the high strategic importance of [zerone]’s high-end 3D activities.
For almost 25 years, [zerone] has been a reliable guarantor of the highest standards in CGI and post-production. With groundbreaking innovations – such as the Virtual Studio – the Hamburg-based company, which is part of the Meyle+Müller Group, is setting new trends in the field of photography