'Going places takes us places.' Peter FUNCH c/o EMEIS DEUBEL flew for the client SAS back to his home country, Denmark, where he captured this emotional campaign with his camera for the agency &Co. EMEIS DEUBEL: "&Co's simple but heartwarming concept of observing customers waiting at the Arrivals gate was a perfect fit for Peter – a master of street photography and engaging reportage." SAS stands for Scandinavian Airlines and is precisely that with its headquarters in Stockholm and hubs in Copenhagen Kastrup, Oslo Gardermoen and Stockholm Arlanda. Find out more under flysas.com, and the touching film for the wonderful 'The Arrivals' campaign here: adsoftheworld.com///sas_the_arrivals
Advertising Agency: & Co./NOA, Copenhagen, Denmark
Art Director: Rune Petersen
Copywriter: Johan Køhler
Account Director: Morten Fabricius
Account Managers: Camilla Reinholdt, Mette Kruse
Social Media Planner: Rasmus Philip
Head of Brand Activation / Social: Morten Saxnæs
Strategic Director: Ørnulf Johnson
Graphic Designer: Anders Martin Jensen
Interactive Producer: Palle Aufeldt
In-house Executive Producer: Anders Toustrup Darre
In-house Producer: Lene Meyer
Sarah ILLENBERGER c/o EMEIS DEUBEL has been creating imaginative window installations for HERMÈS for several years now. So when she was asked to create a series of GIFs for the company's social media, she immediately knew what type of concept would work for them. Go&See!
Reportage and portrait photographer Lars BORGES c/o EMEIS DEUBEL flew to Singapore and boarded a Hapag-Lloyd cargo ship headed to Shanghai. While onboard, Lars documented the ships' workers on the job, keeping the ship running, managing the cargo and running regular man-overboard drills. Not one to put his camera down, Lars also captured personal images of the epic seascapes from his 20m-high viewpoint and of the crew relaxing in their free time, crooning out karaoke ballads to their fellow shipmates in one of the break rooms.
Emeis Deubel is thrilled to announce it is now working with two new talented young photographers: That a sense of a vibrant inner life animates Boerge Sierigk's supple images is no accident – the German photographer is fascinated by his subjects' emotions. On set, Boerge's ability to connect on a deep level with the people he is shooting allows the former painter to capture not just light, shape and form, but a glimpse into the soul.
Pascal Schonlau’s work explores the boundaries of shape and appearance under the influence of digital media. Playing with sleek surfaces – a main characteristic of digital creations – the images appear hyperreal and artificial. Small imperfections and discrepancies within his pictures seem to be proof of a ‘natural’ origin and thereby create ambiguity for the viewer. His sculptural approach and stylistic lighting emphasize the natural enigma of both person and object.
While shooting in Southeast Asia for Hapag Lloyd, Lars BORGES c/o EMEIS DEUBEL had some downtime in South Korea. So he took to the streets of Busan with his camera.