News // 44 News represented by SUSANNE STEMMER

SUSANNE STEMMER photographs the poetic kids editorial MOONFLOWER TALES for BABYBOOK MAGAZINE

Have you ever met the man in the moon...? Desert landscapes and lunar oceans, strong Amazons and dreamy water fairies, cheeky regents of the nebulous frontier. Together with 10 power-packed kids, Susanne Stemmer and her team headed to Morocco to realize the new story titled MOONFLOWER TALES for kids fashion magazine BABYBOOK.

The cheeky characters were styled by Lia Carrier-Thabaret, hair was done by Birgit Fuchs – in the production organized by Adrien Hersant and Bruno Collentier, with post production by Malkasten.
05.10.2016 // show complete article

SUSANNE STEMMER photographs the PALMERS SWIMWEAR S/S 2016 campaign 'Incomparable Me' under water – a weightless tribute to the beauty and colorful diversity of the ocean

The gentle break of waves, dreams of freedom – dipping below the surface. All reflect the multifaceted bikini and swimsuit range from PALMERS in 2016. Susanne Stemmer staged the new PALMERS campaign, where else but under water.

Diving beneath the surface, weightlessness and freedom, letting go of whatever burdens us above the surface, being one with ourselves and feeling confident... – the recurring theme throughout the exhibitions of the underwater photographer fits perfectly with the brand philosophy of Palmers: 'Incomparable Me'. The shoot was photographed and filmed in Austria. Retouching and color grading were in the hands of Roman Keller/Malkasten, video compositing was taken care of by Friendly Fire Communications, and the music was composed by Max van der Rose.
11.05.2016 // show complete article

KNITWEAR, ALIVE! Dancer and actress Johanna Korthals Altes presents the new collection from CECILE FEILCHENFELDT, captured by Susanne Stemmer

With her extravagant knitwear creations, designer CECILE FEILCHENFELDT has worked for the great couture houses of Paris for years. Her first own large collection ALIVE! was photographed by Susanne Stemmer in Paris. The individual items were really brought to life by dancer and actress Johanna Korthals Altes.
22.02.2016 // show complete article