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Adverting clients such as BOSCH, YAMBS or Volksbank appreciate his ability to work with actual employees as models in their campaigns - giving the images a more authentic feel. The corporate image book "MEHR" with his images for TMG consultants won a Corporate Publishing Silver Award in 2012.
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In and around Marrakech is where photographer STEPHAN GLATHE realized the emotional spread 'Lost in Marrakech'. In front of his camera stood model Alice Cornish. Styling: Susi Bauer, hair & make-up: Kerstin Hajdu and on the trip for production was SPEEDBALL PRODUCTIONS.02.10.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 8 items in this article // SHOW article
A hot summer's day at the pool in the midst of the African steppe was staged by STEPHAN GLATHE together with stylist Leonie GERNER c/o BIGOUDI and model Shana Mouton. At the pool too for the natural summer feeling of the make-up & hair was Susanna Jonas c/o NINA KLEIN. Production was in the hands of Ekaya Productions from Cape Town.02.10.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 5 items in this article // SHOW article
In der Moroccan desert, photographer STEPHAN GLATHE realized a men's fashion spread with model Cesar Casier for ESQUIRE Serbia with the support of SPEEDBALL PRODUCTIONS. Styling: Susi Bauer, hair & make-up: Kerstin Hajdu.02.10.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 10 items in this article // SHOW article
Together with make-up artist Kerstin Hajdu, STEPHAN GLATHE photographed model Kati Feofanova for the beauty spread 'Eye On the Prize' of L‘OFFICIEL Singapore.02.10.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 6 items in this article // SHOW article
Against the backdrop of a sculptor's workshop in Italy, Stephan Glathe photographed model Magdalena Chachlica from Modelwerk for L'OFFICIEL Suisse. Styling was taken care of by Susi Bauer, with hair & make-up by Kerstin Hajdu. Created along with the fashion story for the print titles was a film in cooperation with wittel & weisser fashion cinematography, which we are delighted to present you here on GoSee.07.03.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 10 items in this article // SHOW article
Even though the colors of last autumn are now a mere blur in our memory, we present you Stephan GLATHE's stylish fall romance 'Autumn Serenade' here on GoSee, which appeared in FACTICE MAGAZINE. In front of his camera stood Magdalena Chachlica, with styling by Susi Bauer, and hair & make-up by Kerstin Hajdu. Created in parallel to the shoot was a film, which we are also delighted to bring you.07.03.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 7 items in this article // SHOW article
For ELLE Hungary, Stephan Glathe staged enchanting Milou Groenewoud from ULLA models in looks from elegant to sensual.07.03.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 11 items in this article // SHOW article
For SIOUX Shoes, Stephan Glathe photographed the Fall/Winter 2016 campaign in Hamburg. Models Jan Siegmund and Lisa Washington from Modelwerk were styled Adelaida Cue Bär from the agency Nina Klein. Hair & make-up were done by Janina Zais from Nina Klein.07.03.2017 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 6 items in this article // SHOW article
The original Grashopper comes from a time when shoe fashion adhered to strict rules, and classic women's footwear was slim, pointed and usually featured a stiff leather sole – not comfortable in the slightest. Music from the US, cheap travel an most of all student movements put a bit more life into the lifestyle of the 60s – and the foot benefited too. In 2016, SIOUX is reviving this spirit with the photos by Stephan GLATHE, which were produced in Los Angeles. Whether the original fr …12.04.2016 // ADD article TO MY GOSEE // 9 items in this article // SHOW article