Quick interview with concept artist Acci Baba.
Acci Baba “Aeon” Exhibition
Schleudergang rides Augsburg
A short video of the “Schleudergang” cycling collective visiting the Augsburg velodrome.
We updated our page with some nice images from Iceland.
Shot by Christoph Ulsamer in 2014.
Winter with Chris Pfanner.
A typical winter night with Chris Pfanner in his hometown of Nuremberg.
Our team covered the Siemens Profinet Promoter Meeting in Frankfurt, Germany.
Logo 8 Truck
CODE CANARY – Wolfes
Planned and executed a look book shoot for NVRMRE clothing. Great location, great people!
Publicis Pro film-production for Zeiss Meditec
Went on a nice shoot for Zeiss Meditec via Publicis Pro.
CODE CANARY – Linfen
Studio production for Code Canary.
MusikVideo und Foto-Production mit CODE CANARY
SIEMENS “SIPLUS extreme – Imagefilm”
ERGO 30 Jahre
bei VW Nutzfahrzeuge in Hannover
2hoch11 in da house (Portraits)
Aerial Production “SIEMENS e-Car” with Publicis Pro
Conrad Electronics “90 Sekunden Technik-Run”
Horsch Maschinen GmbH Aerial Production
Provadis , ein Tag der offenen Tür
EE Truck, Parma
Sieben Fashion Lounge meets Dankbar, Schindlerhof
HUF Footwear welcomes Stephan Pöhlmann
Laden12 · Looks · 2013
Workshop at Netzaberg Middle School Video Production Class
Questions, questions and more questions…
in Lisboa (SIEMENS EE) …
SIEMENS EE Truck, Lissabon
3M Switzerland shooting
3M campaign shoot at our Studio in Nuremberg.
Bavarian Lumbermen – Aerial Test
A quick aerial camera test on a foggy day in Frankonia.
3 days in Eboli
Bella Italia. Once again we were able to travel to the very south of Italy.
After a 15 hour drive we arrived in the beautiful town of Eboli, near Naples and the Vesuv volcano.
Our destination was a newly erected large-scale rooftop photovoltaic plant. The mission was to
complete a documentary-style corporate film which should showcase all aspects of the plant.
Therefor we held interviews with the owner of the facility, as well as the project manager and representatives
of Siemens E X Italy. A spevcial thanks to our assistant and translator Thomas Bönig who helped us enormously
during the interviews and overall planing.
We wrapped the production in less than 2 days and returned home with some nice impressions of southern Italy.
On the way home, right before the Alps, we hit a major traffic jam which gave us the
opportunity to enjoy the italian sun for a few more hours.
Heading for the French Antilles
This was by far the most exotic location we were sent to so far.
Our destination for this assignment was Guadeloupe and Martinique.
Two caribbean islands belonging to France and therefor being a part of the European Union.
Known for their wonderful beaches, the nice climate and alot of sun….
It only seems natural that these are the perfect locations for photovoltaic power plants.
We were asked to collect photo & film material from nine different sites, spread all over these two islands.
Thanks to the compact size of our aerial rig we were able to bring our own “helicopter” to each plant.
5 days in Thunder Bay, Ontario
Our destination for this job was Thunder Bay, Ontario. Stefan Koeppel (aerials & photography) and
Christoph Ulsamer (DOP) left for the cold north in late November for a 5 day production.
The topic was once again a photovoltaic power plant, built by Siemens. Thanks to our expertise from
earlier projects we were trusted with this assignment to deliver a satisfying film once again.
During our 5 day production in Thunder Bay, our goal was to document the close-to-be finished photovoltaic plants,
erected by our client Siemens E X PV. In addition to the film,
we were glad to produce another instructional film, showcasing all parts of this plant.
For this, Torsten Keller (Siemens project manager) showed us around and explained all
technical aspects. On the first day upon our arrival we were joined by our canadian
production assistant and great support Spencer Clayton from Vancouver.
This made it easy for us to work with the locals and feel as canadian as a maple leave.
In order to include all aspect of this project we interviewed official representives (Keith Hobbs, Mayor of Thunder Bay),
local business representives (Scott McFadden, CEO Thunder Bay Airport) aswell as Siemens employees
responsible for the realisation of this photovoltaic plant.
It was a great pleasure for us, shooting these interviews at some very rare locations, such as the
Mayors office and the flight control tower of Thunder Bay Airport.
A week on italian roads
5 locations, 6 days, 3700km on the road.
This assignment seemed like a lot of driving and planning.
Once again our goal was to collect photo & film material from several photovoltaic plants spread across italy.
Our first location took us in the aera of San Donaci, in which we produced a film and photo story only 2 months earlier.
Getting around Italy is quite easy and we were very happy to come back to this part of the world once again.
Provadis GmbH Imagefilm
This portrait of the educational possibilities at the Provadis Campus in Frankfurt, Germany was shot in one day.
Thanks to our client we had a solid cast of 20 people helping us out all day to get the shots we needed.
Our brilliant director Lars Tae-Zun Kempel managed to keep the people entertained till the very end.
San Donaci, Apulia Production
In San Donaci, Italy our client has built it’s till-then largest photovoltaic plant.
Our goal was to cover the story of this very plant and document all technical aspects in film and photography.
Thanks to our flying camera we were able to collect aerial footage of the project, even though we were facing winds
of up to 40km/h and 35° Celsius…
Production in Czech Republic
A fun drive to the Czech Republic, searching for the photovoltaic plant we were supposed to film and photograph.
Located near Dobre Pole, not too far from the Austrian border we finally found the plant.
Within a two day production we captured all parts of the plant, important to our client.
Not only did we film and photograph the plant, we also gathered aerial footage and several interviews explaining
the technical aspects of the facility. In addition to a three minute documentary, we produced a 20 minute long
instructional film for internal use to train young engineers.
Flender Gears – Malaysia and Borneo
Our team has spent over 10 days and several hundred kilometers on this photo assignment. Over bumpy
dirt roads and through a humid jungle landscape we went to visit numerous reference projects to document.
See more images here:
Flender Gears “Malaysia” for Siemens AG