Industrial shot for Dachser SE

For our new client Dachser SE, we drove about 5000 km within two weeks and shot photo material from their new facilities in Switzerland, Germany, Great Britain and Belgium for communication and fair purposes.
Have there been so many yellow/blue trucks on the road before ?

BMW Group car hugging campaign

For Büro Gelb we realized a people shooting under hard weather conditions, working with spontaneously casted models in the BMW Welt. Fortunately, the 0°C blowing wind isn't visible on the pictures. Great work guys! Special thanks for your good cast, Angelika!

Reference projects for m3 GmbH

For our client m3 Baumanagement, we were booked for thirty of their reference projects, spread over Germany.

Product shooting for Freundenberg

From our client Freudenberg, we were commissioned to set their simmerings in another visual context.

Interior shot for SAP

For our new client SAP, we shot their brandnew VIP box in the Allianz Arena in Munich. The design was realized by Meixner Schlüter Wendt architects.

Architectural Shooting for Munich Re

Another time we were booked from our client Munich Re. The reconstruction of the former Siemens building was realized by Sauerbruch Hutton architects.

BMW charging station

This fluent construction of a charging station is located next to the BMW Welt and was designed by eight gmbh.

Conversion of a bunker, Munich

This project shows the transformation of a former Second World War bunker into a residential and office building in Munich by Euroboden GmbH, realized from raumstation architekten.


For ARCHITECT MAGAZINE we travelled trough Georgia and shot the cover story of organic buildings designed by J. MAYER H. ARCHITECTS.
Within 9 days, we crossed the country from north to south and east to west, experienced a off-road class with our 4WD, enjoyed Georgian style meat bread, delicious bean pots (yummi) and noticed that the Hofbräuhaus even exists out of Munich. We also met countless police cars, cows and Ford Transits (all of them on the road).
Dato, thank you for that marvelous trip !

New free work "Pylons"