Even before Wolf (http://siegert.berlin/) became Director of IRIS® Media (http://www.iris-media.com/?lang=en) in 1987, he excelled in multiple careers: as an expert in theatre, film and video, as a lecturer and visiting professor in Europe and East Asia, as a journalist, as a TV producer responsible for launching new cable and satellite programmes, and as the author of the first European patent for a navigation system. He realised his early ambitions to stimulate new ideas and test them in “real life” as well as on stage and on screen. He went one step further by attempting to redefine and align cultural and technological realms, being dubbed thus a “Changineer”. Along the way, he earned two degrees, topping this off with a Doctorate of Philosophy. Meanwhile, he has had a long lasting impact upon the broadcasting, telecommunications and film distribution businesses in Germany, Europe and the US. Wolf was a co-initiator of the Transmediale Festival (https://transmediale.de/festival) and he helped restart the Babelsberg Studios (http://www.studiobabelsberg.com/en/). He is President of the German Chapter of the Digital Cinema Society (http://www.digitalcinemasociety.org/digital-cinema-society), Executive Board member of the German Federation of Journalists (https://www.djv.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Der_DJV/DJV_Infobrosch%C3%BCren/DJV_Policy_Statements_GB_2012.pdf) in Berlin(http://www.djv-berlin.de/djv_berlin/vorstand/), as well as one of the founding members of the Berlin-Brandenburg VR Association (http://www.virtualrealitybb.org/).