I work independently or in close collaboration with other creatives or agencies. In addition to my commissioned work, I take analog photos, telling the story of (man made) environments.
I am open for international and national projects, collaborative commissions and for cycling in the gravel.
With my graduation in Visual Communication at UdK in 2008, I moved to Israel, focusing on analogue photography, book design, music cover design and interior design.
Since my return to Berlin in 2011, I have increasingly dedicated myself to corporate design and communication design.
In 2013, I co-founded Fabriken, a co-working studio aiming to be a platform for creatives to link their skills and share expertise.
And what is Lilie von Grün all about?
Susann is a form of the name Shoshannah, derived from the Hebrew word shoshan meaning lily — in German: Lilie. Zielinski is very common in Poland. The toponym arises from the word zielen, meaning the color green — in German: Grün.