Having gained a PhD in Visual Communication, Charley STADLER began to make a name for himself in Los Angeles. In addition to campaigns for BIG STAR JEANS and DIESEL, his pictures have been published in magazines such as ELLE, MAX and VOGUE.
Widely respected for his diversity and experience, his distinct style is characterised through expressive pictures, combined with great ideas and an unusual sense of humour. As one of the world’s most sought after directors, Charley works on remarkable projects, with various celebrities. He has directed over 100 spots all over the world and has won just as many awards.
For example at the New York Festival, London International Awards, in Cannes, Bessies, Möbius, Epica Montreux, ICAD and ADC. In 2005 he directed a feature film titled “Dead Fish“, starring Gary Oldman, Robert Carlyle and Terence Stamp, amongst others.
Lennart BREDE lives and works in Berlin. He discovered his passion for photography at an early age and already had his worked exhibited alongside Peter Lindbergh’s, whilst still studying. He then began to focus on advertising and music video direction. These days both of his skills go in hand in hand. His fashion and people projects take him all over the world, from Berlin to Jamaica, New York to London, and Shanghai.
Serge HOELTSCHI’s easy going and natural approach are just a part of his charm, and make him Switzerland’s best portrait and advertising photographer. However, he currently resides in Los Angeles. Serge also happens to be a highly talented advertising director, who has also won several awards, for example the Gold Lion in Cannes and Gold at the New York Festival. His background in professional photography never fails to complete each film direction. He is incredibly creative in his light approach, ensuring that every filming session is a joyful experience. His clients include MC CANN ERICKSON, TBWA, DDB, COCA COLA, MICROSOFT, SONY & SONY MUSIC, UNIVERSAL MUSIC, WALLPAPER MAGAZINE, NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE, NEON and VANITY FAIR.
Catch a brief overview of these three’s filmic work here on GoSee FILM.
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