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At the age of sixteen, Debora decided to move from Brazil to Germany alone to become a professional dancer. Without speaking a word of German, she made her way and soon became self-employed. Today, she gives ballet classes for children and also works as a successful model. Debora’s inexhaustible joie de vivre and her extraordinary talent for all things movement meet the Audi e-tron. Photographed by Tobias HABERMANN c/o NERGER M&O. Styling: Tomislav Blaicund, hair & make-up: Magdalena Wlodarkiewicz, both artists c/o Nina Klein Agency. Watch the video on Vimeo.
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24.10.2021 show complete article
Erik CHMIL c/o ROCKENFELLER & GÖBELS photographed the HYUNDAI ‘IONIQ’ with Markenfilm and Myway Productions BCN. The Hyundai Ioniq is a station wagon sedan by South Korean car manufacturer Hyundai which is only available with electric drive options. In mid-2020, Hyundai announced that the name Ioniq would be used from then on exclusively for the sub-brand of the company which comprises all vehicles with an electric drive. The name Ioniq is a portmanteau of ION, for the electric drive, and ‘IQ’ for unique.
The motifs were given the finishing touches in post production by RECOM GmbH & Co. KG, with styling by Stephanie Wüstemann, and hair & make-up by Pepa Perea. GoSee : hyundai.de//ioniq-hybrid & fotografenagentur.de
18.10.2021 show complete article
We are delighted to present you the extremely entertaining REEL by transportation specialist MARCUS PHILIPP SAUER, which once again demonstrates that we should let action, or in this case artwork, speak for itself. As the saying goes : Talk the talk, walk the walk, shoot the shoot.
We would also like to give you a little helpful information about Marcus Philipp Sauer’s career. Born in 1972, he didn’t get a camera when he was six and didn’t become a genius just like that. He was smart and took a slight detour : He went to a couple of schools until he got bored. After a three-year apprenticeship as a photographer, he took time off and went to Australia for a longer period and enjoyed life, women, the beach, and… then he ran out of money and unfortunately had to leave paradise – as he still sees it to this day – much too early.
He then returned to Germany to become an assistant and earn some money. He assisted for exactly six months, … “then I was sick of the narcissistic photographers.” In 2001, Marcus took a credit from the bank and did a range of free and beautiful car tests, built up his portfolio, found an agent, and the first small jobs came in.
The jobs slowly kept getting bigger and bigger, and Marcus built his own paradise with his work. He lives in the here and now and just loves it … If you want to see jobs, news, campaigns then go to his website or follow him on GoSee : marcussauer.com/NEWS & gosee.news/marcusphilippsauer//news
14.10.2021 show complete article