Group show "Lost in Transformation" in Oberstdorf

Along with 16 fellow photographers, all members of Germany’s association of photographers BFF, I will exhibit a series of images during the Fotogipfel Oberstdorf festival starting today and until Sunday 30th of June.

Creating artwork for the group show “Lost in Transformation” with one single camera - a Linhof Master Technika shooting on 4x5 inch film - most of us had to take a step back and literally learn how to setup and take a good photo with a large format camera again. In my case, the only time I used a camera like this was more than ten years ago at my first job as an assistant.

The results definitely let you see a lot of care, reduction and concept - swing by if you are in town and check out our beautiful exhibition! (at LOFT Oberstdorf!)

There will be a screening of our BFF Mastertapes in the location’s cinema on Thursday 27th 11.30am to 4.30pm and our official opening with lots of participating photographers present from 4.30 pm to 7pm.


Seven BUS:STOPs and a car: In Austria for Mazda Motion

Seven architects from seven different countries design seven unique bus stops in the town of Krumbach in Vorarlberg/Austria. In collaboration with local craftsmen those architects, including Sou Fujimoto from Japan and Moscow-based Alexander Brodsky, designed small usable spaces for the public good that differ completely from the functional and unremarkable bus stops we are used to.

We went there with a Mazda 6 for the company’s B2C magazine “Motion Mazda”.

Agency: Redwood London // AD: Matt Reynolds