News // 6 News by Johannes Kühn
GoSee member JOHANNES KÜHN is now represented by Hamburg-based representation KLAUS STIEGEMEYER. “Johannes is a Bavaria-born and Berlin-based photographer. He loves taking pictures of humans, cars, land- and cityscapes. If possible all together. Instead of thinking in old categories such as CGI and photography, he thinks in pictures and uses whatever helps to create them.”
16.11.2020 show complete article
For an editorial produced by JDB Media for MANAGER magazine and SPIEGEL, JOHANNES KÜHN had the pleasure of portraying actor Tom Wlaschiha (known from Game of Thrones, Das Boot etc.) in Berlin together with his Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio.
The native of Saxony, born on 20 June, 1973, in Dohna, grew up near Dresden. After graduating with a German Abitur, he studied acting from 1992 to 1996 at the Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy University of Music and Theatre in Leipzig. Following minor parts in various international productions, e.g. in Duell – Enemy at the Gates (2001), Munich (2005), Valkyrie (2008), and Anonymus (2011), was a lead role in the British feature film Resistance by Amit Gupta in 2011. Then in 2012, he played the role of Jaqen H’ghar, the Faceless Man of Braavos, in the HBO series Game of Thrones. He returned to the role in 2015 and has been listed as a leading actor ever since.
We present you the selection of motifs by the photographer here on GoSee. Post production was taken care of by Simon Schinken.
At JDB MEDIA, around 55 editors, PR experts, social media consultants, and graphic/web designers work on made-to-measure communication solutions with the goal of presenting their clients in a way that reaches their target groups. Content to click on, flick through, or listen to: in other words, public relations with wit, heart, and expertise – that’s what they do. GoSee : jdb.de
19.10.2020 show complete article
Pedal to the metal through the lockdown! At the end of March, Germany, like many other countries, went into lockdown. The streets were empty, social contact was avoided… but rather than just sitting around inside, photographer Johannes Kühn wanted to shoot new motifs. Alone behind his camera on the empty streets and squares of Berlin, he realized the following series with a Porsche 911 Turbo S and a Porsche Boxster Spyder.
31.08.2020 show complete article