Sometimes, you’d think Moritz was born to be a type designer. In fact, he loves structuring and organizing not only lettershapes but almost anything in his surroundings—the term “Total Design” comes to mind, coined by the late Wim Crouwel. A trained graphic designer always on the lookout for tools that support his design approach, Moritz knows what a typeface needs to be a true asset in demanding editorial and branding projects. With a keen eye for detail and a knack for the history of type, he’s the kind of down-to-earth creator who prefers realizing over theorizing. You’ll quickly find him in the type lab as soon as there’s an opportunity to explore the connection between the time-tested truths of typography and state of the art font technology.