Yesterday my story ‘Nothing stops Detroit’ won the award for excellence in corporate publishing at BCP 2015. Nice news, nice town, nice journey with Adrian Pickshaus for Lufthansa Magazin.
Last fall ADAC Reisamagazin send me out for some paddleboarding with SUP guide Morene Dekker and journalist / Model Janek Schmidt on the grachts of Amsterdam. What a nice experience ;). The print magazine can be found on German kiosks now.
I spend last january visiting a wonderful family from Berlin that had just droped out of their city life to live instead in a wooden cabin made from pallets surrounded by a hugh garden on a little paradise island called El Hierro. GEO Wissen now features their project in an essay dealing with confidence and positive thinking.
Die Zeit just send me out to meet Rostocks hard-fought theater manager Sewan Latchinian. Please find the story here.
All images on the entire site by Malte Jäger. Check it out at: http://rionord.de/
I just went to Manchester to check out how it reinvents itself as a city of the arts. Over there I met fashion designers, night owls and amateur soccer players. Check out the layout in Lufthansa planes this month or in the jobsheets section on this website.
In February 2015 I had the challanging opportunity to bring summer back to town. Of course it was snowing with some degrees below zero in Berlin. So me and a great team had to get rid of quite some snow and add some sun. What a pitty for the nice GAGFAH staff models, that flashlights aren’t as warming as the real shining fireball. To see all images that we produced for the salesreport check the jobsheets section, or consolidate the GAGFAH Sales report itself.
With marvelous Annabelle Riess who badly had to suffer from February ice cold water in this shooting. Imagine, Annabelle diped her foot into water that was partially frozen…sometimes photographers are mean, I know and I was already terribly sorry when I made her do it…in the end the image didn’t even make it for the cover…I’m so sorry, Annabelle!
Please refer to the jobsheets section to see the full layout.
This time I had to be really quick. Everyone in the industry knows that if it comes to celebrities you usually only get a hold on them for minutes in front of your lens. But these are then well prepared beforehand. Working on travel stories I usually have a little more time to get adjusted to the places and their people. In order to approach them in my speed. Not so on this wild trip. My job was to document a journey of a “worry-free high-speed tour group”. Well group tours are not exactly a new invention. But the velocity …