News // 12 News by Katharina Nitzpon
Urban Mobility in Barcelona. Agile, an optimum range for use in urban environments, innovative, and pathbreaking – all of the above are attributed to MICRO CARS or Mini EVs in our day and age. ROBERT WESTRICH staged a spread with the CH46 from this very special segment for the client EBERSPÄCHER.
The model CH46 presented here from the innovative e-mobility brand CHATENET can already be driven at the age of fifteen, which is remarkable because the legal driving age in Germany is eighteen – and that even without a drivers license. And just as youthful is the selection of models.
Eberspächer Gruppe GmbH & Co. KG headquartered in Esslingen am Neckar is the parent company of the Eberspächer Group, an internationally operating supplier for the automotive industry with 80 locations in 28 countries worldwide. Behind CHATENET is FLTR Fahrzeugtechnik Rödgen GmbH & Co.KG.
The executive agency was Bruce B. corporate communication GmbH with AD Sebastian Binz. Production was taken care of GoSee Member Uwe Hetzner. Styling: Vanesa Rem, hair & makeup: Katharina Nitzpon.
GoSee : chatenet-mitteldeutschland.de & eberspaecher.com & robertwestrich.com
17.10.2022 show complete article
Together with the multi-service production house OffMesh, TIM ADORF c/o CLAUDIA BITZER realized a CGI project with the new CUPRA BORN. The vehicle is the first fully electric model built by the high-performance Spanish brand and combines exclusive design with advanced technologies and a zero-emission powertrain. Also on set were Katharina Nitzpon, who took care of the beauty look of model Lidia Patzold, as well as stylist Lola Villaescusa.
21.12.2021 show complete article
FOSBURY is the fourth district in which a shoot took place for charity art magazine ~ No Problem - L94 ~ by BAM. Produced in sunny Barcelona, the laid-back fashion & transportation project portrays the two models Noé and Frederic as they cruise into the Barcelona sunset in a BMW Coupé M6 from 1986, a street icon sought after among collectors.
“The goal was to create a casual and authentic environment in which the whole team could work spontaneously and creatively,” photographer duo BAM tells GoSee.
Also built in 1986, extraterrestrial ALF adorned the rearview mirror of the BMW M6 – and his famous line ‘No Problem’ from the popular iconic 80s series was used for the title of the magazine.
Production support came from Kai Tietz together with GoSee Member FALCA, and styling was taken care of by Natalie Schneider with H&M by Katharina Nitzpon and Alba Gillén. The look & feel were created in cooperation with TREY digital Studio, and art direction came from Anna Berlin. Casting was taken care of by Kirsten Bätzel from Production World Hamburg, and the cast came from 4Play Management and IXME AYDIHO.
13.09.2021 show complete article