22.03.2011  •  Agencies NEWS


Marion Enste-Jaspers : awards for the O2 campaign, mountain shots for the 'Tirol Panorama' Museum, ADELHOLZENER and LOKA mineral water, BOSCH, creative spirit for NYA RUM, sexy editorials - and exhibiting at the UPdate 11

Michael SCHNABEL’s work has once again been honoured with numerous distinctions and awards. His O2 campaign was presented with the AOP Award, Communication Arts Award of excellence, as well as the PDN Annual Award – and most recently with double silver in the BFF Yearbook.

Michael ran for the hills for the latest ADELHOLZENER ALPENQUELLEN campaign. He realised a series of images that capture the monumental beauty of the towering cliffs.

Tirol’s newest museum has just opened in Innsbruck. ‘Das Tirol Panorama’ celebrated its opening with a series of events. The spectacular building is set on a historically treasured mountain with a spectacular view of the town. Michael Schnabel was commissioned to shoot five new works for the museum, which will be on permanent display. The series features Tirol Mountains, in the style of his ‘Stille Berge’ project. We congratulate his efforts and are pleased to present the photos here on GoSee.

We are equally as pleased to present new work by Frederic STREICHER (Landscape, People, Cars/CGI). The Hamburg-based photographer opted for a vast landscape for BOSCH. We will be presenting new car motifs by him shortly.

They glide gracefully through the water. Underwater specialist Howard SCHATZ captured the ‘frozen’ moments for US client BRIZO, bathroom and kitchen products.

Howard has been taking underwater photographs for over 20 years and is a true specialist in this area. The campaign will be promoted in North America (U.S. and Canada).

Fashion and Lifestyle photographer Christoph MUSIOL shot various free work in Cape Town. The ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll and Moses Beach’ series is rather revealing, meanwhile ‘Vintage’ shows off his romantic signature style.

Still life photographer Niklas ALM shot a new campaign motif for LOKA mineral water. The motif was shot in the studio and outdoors and is made up of around 70 individual images.

He shot four creative images for Swedish interiors magazine NYA RUM. The results present a fantastic journey through the clouds into the universe. The backdrops are hand painted.