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‘Time is not just money anymore, it’s a love thing’ – CHRIS TRIBELHORN shoots the still life short film for Swiss watch brand MAURICE DE MAURIAC

When Daniel Dreifuss was still a banker, most recently in New York, he led a fast-paced life. Time was money then. Until the financial system crashed. When Daniel Dreifuss turned his back to money and focussed on time. The spectacular time kept by mechanical watches. For more than 25 years, the native of eastern Switzerland has been back in the New York of Helvetia – Zurich. In 1997, he registered the MAURICE DE MAURIAC brand. Since then, he has been enjoying the deceleration of meticulous watchmaking and sells them around the world. And time is suddenly money again – just a bit different.

“At the moment, we can’t go about business as usual since we can’t fly, but also thanks to social distancing. And even though I normally only photograph and film in the areas of beauty and fashion, I’ve now realized the still life production presented on GoSee, which I had a lot of fun doing.” Chris TRIBELHORN tells GoSee.

He shot the film all about watch brand MAURICE DE MAURIAC in his studio in Stockholm. “The watch brand is very cool, individual, perhaps somewhat crazy – and very, very fine.” By the way: There’s a 10% rebate on all online orders at the moment. Promotional code: STAYATHOME.
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28.04.2020 show complete article


CHRIS TRIBELHORN with a beauty spot for MODA magazine Bulgaria

We present you CHRIS TRIBELHORN’s beauty spot for MODA magazine, Bulgaria, here on GoSee. It was filmed in Copenhagen’s Lab Studio with make-up artist Sidsel Marie Bøg and model Warsan c/o Unique Models DK, IMG, in front of the camera.
23.03.2020 show complete article


A flower by day ... - see CHRIS TRIBELHORN’s filmed homage to Swedish actress Beata Borelius-Larson

“Beata Borelius-Larson is a classically trained British actress, who has studied and acted in several feature films, short films, web series, music videos, and commercials.” Young actress Beata Borelius-Larson, who learned her trade, among other places, at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts as well as at the Stella Adler Acting Academy in Los Angeles, stood in front of the camera of CHRIS TRIBELHORN for the personal project presented on GoSee.

Besides Beata, we kindly ask you to direct your attention to these intricate floral animations. Chris tells GoSee: “We spent the most of our time on animating the flowers. It took me around 48 hours to shoot each flower, just to achieve the effect I had wanted.”

A native of Sweden, Beata grew up mainly in England and is represented by The Gersh Agency (US) as well as by GoSee:
22.03.2020 show complete article