Once again Mazda and their London-based agency Redwood Publishing (cheers Matt!) had the great idea to combine craftsmanship and one of their cars and sent me on a tour to Mittenwald, Füssen, Absam and back to Munich. The result is a nice piece about the art of violin making and car shots in a majestic winter landscape.
For all of the DIY, crafts and home improvement aficionados Bosch developed a beautiful new blog format called All about DIY. They show you how to build a ton of things from scratch, from furniture to sports equipment at home and it was great to convert my little addiction to everything around craftsmanship, tools and mechanics into a corporate campaign.
Client: Bosch // Agency: C3 Stuttgart
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
Bastian Obermayer and his colleague Frederik Obermaier from Süddeutsche Zeitung are the two Pulitzer Prize winning journalists uncovering the world-famous Panama Papers in 2016. In the end of 2018 I had the honor to take their portraits for the cover and inside spreads of the January issue of US-based Fraud magazine.
More images HERE.
MAN custom-built their TGE van straight for industrial gas manufacturer Linde Group’s special needs.
It was great to accompany a very likable Linde driver on a special transport for this corporate reportage for MAN Magazin.
I always love to meet and portray interesting, modest, charming, intelligent and exceptional people - especially when all of those are combined in one. Harold James Professor of History at Princeton University spent some time in Munich to talk about the parallels and differences of todays events compared to the 30s. The images are published in Union Investment’s “Weitwinkel” magazine.
Agency: Profilwerkstatt // Producer: Conny Oelker, Expose Fotografen
A Jaguar F-Type on a frozen lake in Arjeplog.
My dear friends from Impulse Magazin commissioned me again to take a black an white portrait for their magazine section “Mein größter Fehler" (my biggest mistake"). This time: Friedrich Hackner, shoe manufacturer from Hilpoltstein.
Earlier this year I’ve been to Arjeplog / Lappland together with my colleague Dirk Bruniecki to shoot for Land Rover. Temperatures ranging from -10 to -30 degrees didn’t stop the drone from working…
Client: Land Rover “One Life” // AD: Dan Delaney
Once again I got the chance to take black and white portraits of an interesting entrepreneur for Impulse magazine’s category “Mein größter Fehler” (my biggest mistake). This time: Heinz Winkler, Bavarian three star cook.
Johannes Ernst is an architect and the managing director of Steidle Architekten, the company that plans the central Munich and former industrial area “Werksviertel” to be one of the most interesting new quarters in the whole city.
Wolfgang Hermann builds a house of 930 sqm. Apart from its fairly big size nothing special one might think. But Hermann is has been blind for over 40 years and started to build his new home in the 90s from scratch and until now he built more than 320 sqm of walls, installed over one kilometer of electric wires and used more than 3,5 kilometers of wooden panels.
A portrait of a fascinating man for HORNBACH. Check out the story and the interview at their Macher-Blog.
Tech and media companies worldwide get more and more aware of the need to attract the best international talents available and get them to join as employees. So is Intel and they commissioned us to shoot the new employer branding campaign with their staff at their facilities in Munich. The results will appear online and print.
Check out some more images on my website!