Vienna’s MA48, the municipal department of waste management, asked me to bring one of their print campaigns to the small screen: social media. So I gathered a gang of creative heroes and created a series of web shorts telling the secret story behind the print sujet: how a terrible date turned into an almost unstoppable force of Zombie-Pigs laying (literal) waste to the city, only to be led into a trap by the series‘ heroine.
As the name suggests, „creative direction“ – be it in fashion photography, advertising, fine art portraiture or any other creative endeavour – requires a direction in which you move your team. So this is the story of a girl, a modern Ronja Räubertochter, and her photographer.
We live in exciting times! Videography is taking over on Facebook and more and more creative forms of visual storytelling are popping up along the way.
How do you start building a model portfolio? Here’s a quick practical guide.
Summer is coming to Vienna! So what else is there to do but go out and shoot, shoot, shoot, and shoot some more?! (mehr …)
Somehow, the japanese Garden in Vienna always has a very calming effect on me. And it seems I’m not the only one.
That’s right, polaroid! Ok, I lied – it’s not actually a polaroid.
The best photographs tell a story. And sometimes you’re lucky enough to work with someone with whom you can tell stories far beyond what you thought possible.
Wien ist eine großartige Stadt für Hochzeiten. Und dennoch muss man manchal wo anders hin zum Feiern.
Letzten Sommer hatte ich die unglaubliche Ehre, eine Hochzeit in Griechenland zu photographieren – inkl. Hen Night in Athen, Water-Skiing in Mittelmeerbuchten und, wie könnte es anders sein, einer gigantischen Hochzeit am Strand mit Verwandten von literally all over the globe.