News // 13 News by Jan Steinhilber
The new Nissan Townstar electric transporter offers several benefits particularly for businesses with its safety systems, connectivity and driver assistance features typically only available in passenger vehicles. The NISSAN TOWNSTAR EV VAN launch motifs were photographed by JAN STEINHILBER for TBWA, Paris. The photo series presents the all-electric version of the modern van in charging and loading situations together with various characters. ZERONE took care of post production.
Art direction was in the hands of Sandrine Bourdais, with art buying by Carine Galluffo (Producer: Tristan Voisin / Stephane Leveque, Styling: Amparo Moreno, Hair & Makeup: Ana Guillem).
07.03.2023 show complete article
The new NISSAN TOWNSTAR high-roof station wagon is the perfect companion for a wonderful adventure with the whole family. JAN STEINHILBER photographed the NISSAN TOWNSTAR for TBWA Paris (Art Director: Sandrine Bourdais, Art Buying: Carine Galluffo, Producer: Tristan Voisin / Stephane Leveque). Post was taken care of by ZERONE.
Jan photographed a bright modern photo series which presents the all-electric version of the Nissan Townstar station wagon. The family van is shown in various loading and charging situations together with the different characters of the scenes. Styling was in the hands of Amparo Moreno, with hair & makeup by Ana Guillem, and set design by Federico Duarte.
14.02.2023 show complete article
Soft light, seductive reflections, … we present you personal work by JAN STEINHILBER here on GoSee, photographed on location in Valencia and in his Hamburg Studio.
“Challenging lighting situations are always fascinating, and personal projects are always a great opportunity to demonstrate the ability to cope with them.” Jan Steinhilber tells GoSee.
Jan Steinhilber’s work is focused on aesthetic impact, combining experience, competence, and perfectionism : “In everything we do, we are interested in exploring and pushing limits, defining future visual experiences and imagery. Particularly interesting in this spread here was seamlessly combining the shots we took on location with those from the studio.”
CGI support for the motifs came from NPixo.
GoSee : jansteinhilber.com
28.09.2022 show complete article