Michael Rommel was born in Lower Saxony Oldenburg in 1987, and he grew up in the neighbouring spa town of Bad Zwischenahn. After high school graduation he did a voluntary social year in culture as alternate civilian service. Then he acquired a wide range of knowledge in product, fashion, and communication design at Bremen University of the Arts. He had his bachelor’s degree program Integrated Design enriched by several internships, for example at »11 Freunde« (11 Friends), a magazine for football culture. 2016 he graduated with a master’s degree majoring in culture and identity.
Michael started his professional career at GfG. Since summer 2016 he has been a permanent member of the staff, working in the field of graphic and conception. He has a penchant for print media – for Michael there is nothing better than a printed product that is precisely adjusted in paper, production, and usefulness to the ideas to be communicated.
He is a passionate racing cyclist and likes going to football stadium. In the GfG kitchen he consistently shows extraordinary talent in the varied composition of Italian pasta.