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news | 29.06.2022

SONJA HEINTSCHEL presents : VIVIENNE & TAMAS, fashion photographer & filmmaker duo from Berlin / Paris, with photos and a fashion film for CHANEL, CAMBIO, plus Stranger Things’ no-longer-so-secret star Sadie Sink’s ‘Happy Style’ for CHOPARD on GoSee

SONJA HEINTSCHEL is delighted to now represent power duo VIVIENNE & TAMAS. Whether photography or film – the focus of the creative team is on fashion, beauty and jewelry for a high-end international clientele.

They photograph global print campaigns and produce TV commercials for international beauty brands. But small labels also rely on the modern imagery and the often surprising perspectives of VIVIENNE & TAMAS, whose creative toolkit consists of analog and digital techniques.

Here on GoSee, we present you the CHOPARD commercial HAPPY DIAMONDS featuring Hollywood shooting star Sadie Sink and her ‘Happy Style’. The American actress made her international breakthrough in the role of Max Mayfield in the Netflix series ‘Stranger Things’. Already legendary is her congenial run for her life to Kate Bush’s classic hit ‘Running Up That Hill’.

We also present you the new commercial for KERASTASE and the fresh showreel 2022 by Vivienne & Tamas.

Vivienne graduated with a degree in Photography in 2010 and has since worked as a fashion photographer. In 2017, she joined forces with Tamas, and the creative duo began shooting fashion films for iconic brands such as Chanel, Dior and Louis Vuitton. Subsequently, several of these films have been awarded at international fashion film festivals.

They soon switched to advertising and began filming campaign films for brands including Chopard, Kerastase, among others. Their broad expertise enables them to work across these different worlds and realize projects both as directors and photographers. The creative approach of Vivienne and Tamas is at times experimental and skillfully captivates viewers often with a surprise in store. Their unique visual aesthetic is a blend of classic and modern, inspired by icons such as Peter Lindberg, Helmut Newton or Martin Munkacsi.

We have a glimpse at their impressive client list for you here: About You, Accessorize, Bioderma, Bloomingdale’s, Bottega Veneta, Boucheron, Burberry, Cambio, Cartier, Chanel, Chopard, Clinique, Coast, Dior, Estée Lauder, Fendi, Gucci, Guido Maria Kretschmer, Guerlain, Harvey Nichols, H&M, Jean Louis David, KaDeWe, Karen Millen, Kérastase, L’oréal, Lacoste, Lloyd, Louis Vuitton, M.A.C. Cosmetics, Marni, Mytheresa, Nars Cosmetics, Net-a-Porter, Nike, Piaget, Roger Dubois, Roger Vivier, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sephora, Swarovski, Ted Baker, Tiffany & Co, Tory Burch, Van Cleef & Arpels …

Plus, their photos and fashion films appear in and on Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Esquire, Grazia, Elle, Marie Claire, Condé Nast Traveller, Mojeh, Sorbet, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, InStyle …

Want to know more? Feel free to contact their agent SONJA HEINTSCHEL.

GoSee : sonja-heintschel.com


news | 29.06.2022

THE NORTHMAN out now ! – Nadav KANDER c/o LGA MANAGEMENT portrayed Director Robert Eggers for THE NEW YORKER

Nadav Kander photographed director, screenplay writer and set designer Robert Eggers for THE NEW YORKER. THE NORTHMAN is the new film with a world-class cast by the director of ‘The Witch’ or ‘The Lighthouse.’ The Viking epic, filmed in Ireland and Iceland, is an echo of the Amelth saga, which also served as the inspiration for Shakespeare’s ‘Hamlet’.

Viking Prince Amleth had to witness how his father was murdered by his uncle – and swears to exact bloody revenge. Appearing in the lead roles are Alexander Skarsgård as the son of King Aurvandil and Queen Gudrún (Ethan Hawke and Nicole Kidman), alongside the legendary Anya Taylor-Joy (The Queen’s Gambit) in the role of the slave Olga. Icelandic singer-songwriter Björk also makes a brilliant appearance in a role just made for her as Slav Witch.

We quote THE NEW YORKER : “Robert Eggers’s new movie – a loose pre-telling of ‘Hamlet’ involving longships, volcanoes, and the singer Björk’s first cinematic role in seventeen years – is out this month. Eggers’s previous films – ‘The Witch’ and ‘The Lighthouse’ – were claustrophobic, visionary works that blurred the boundary between the imagined and the real. With ‘The Northman’ and its $90 million budget, everyone is kind of, like, ‘If this isn’t ‘Gladiator’ or ‘Braveheart,’ we’re fucked’.”

Nadav Kander : “A pleasure to photograph Robert Eggers for The NewYorker. Who could forget ‘The Lighthouse.’ Amazing film. Thank you.”

Robert Eggers, who comes from New Hampshire, began his career in theater in New York City, where he staged experimental plays and was responsible for set design. He started to create his first short films in 2007, and in 2015, he made his feature film debut with the horror film ‘The Witch’, for which he was awarded Best Director at the Sundance Film Festival that same year.

GoSee the trailer : youtube.com/watchlgamanagement.com


news | 29.06.2022

ANALOG / DIGITAL presents RUN ZEBRA RUN – a creative duo working across a broad mix of disciplines, designing audio-visual content through different channels ...

ANALOG/DIGITAL, the specialists for digital artists, motion design, animation and exceptional directing/DOP, present us artist duo RUN ZEBRA RUN: “More than just an adorable wild animal, ZEBRA is also a creative duo that works across a broad mix of disciplines, designing audio-visual content and projecting messages through different channels. A partnership between Gabriel Russo and Luis Villanova, with more than ten years of experience with global and local brands, producing films and motion alongside services from graphic design to advertising and art direction.”

RUN ZEBRA RUN : “We don’t run because of the hungry lions chasing us; they’re going to be there every day. If not them, the hyenas, or maybe the cheetah. We prefer to deal with them, work together, invite them to run with us. This is what we live and breathe every day – always, always satisfying these hungry predators, without losing a single piece of our precious flesh. Sometimes with sweat or lots of heart and soul. But that’s not what matters. Most importantly: We keep running, and we don’t stop.”