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Together with photographer duo Marc and David, and under the executive and creative direction of Scholz & Friends with Creative Director Christian Klein, PRINZ PRODUCTIONS supported the extremely multifaceted automotive campaign shoot for the new VW Amarok. This time, it was off to locations all around Johannesburg for the team.
“Following an intensive round of casting conducted by us, we are particularly proud to have found all of our actors locally in South Africa. Scouting extensively for the perfect locations, we produced in a luxury residential area, against the backdrop of the sharp chiseled edges of granite quarries, and on the steep cliffs of the Drakensberg mountain range. With the guaranteed blue sky of the European winter, we produced both the campaign and the press-related motifs for this wonderful project. The brief included photos and film or video. And the results for this global market launch are epic thanks to a magnificent team effort.” PRINZ PRODUCTIONS.
When the VW AMAROK pickup was launched in 2010, it was the first flatbed ever to be developed by a German carmaker. The focus was initially on markets in regions such as South America, South Africa and Southeast Asia, which is why it was only built in Argentina in the beginning. The model was so popular in Europe, however, that it is meanwhile also manufactured in Hanover.
Since PRINZ PRODUCTIONS was founded in the 1998 by Sebastian Prinz, they have produced in South Africa, Portugal, Namibia, Mauritius, Zanzibar, Mexico, Franc, the USA, and Mozambique, and have offices in Cape Town and Lisbon. “It was a remarkable trip with many incredible shots. A common passion for creative work is what inspires and drives our team.” Sebastian Prinz, Founder & CEO.
GoSee : volkswagen-nutzfahrzeuge.de & prinzproductions.com
12.09.2022 show complete article
Lisbon, and all of Portugal for that matter, is certainly one of the most modern locations in Europe with a wealth of production possibilities to offer. Together with talented all-rounders Marc and David, under the direction and creation of Scholz & Friends, PRINZ PRODUCTIONS supported this exciting, fully electric world premiere campaign shoot for VOLKSWAGEN in Portugal this February, where the weather, despite the winter season, was still quite good and extremely production-friendly.
PRINZ PRODUCTIONS : “With the very nature of such a global launch, requiring a high level of secrecy and security while finding the perfect locations, we thoroughly enjoyed the start of what is turning out to be an exciting year… more great news will follow!”
With a nod to the design of its predecessor, the VW camper van – the new ID. Buzz – combines modern proportions with innovative technology. Plus : A holistic approach to sustainability for a climate-conscience future is the road forward for the new ID. Buzz. – delivered to customers with a CO2 -neutral balance sheet and locally CO2 neutral.
Thanks to its interior free of animal leather and the use of recycled materials in many places, such as the seat covers, the floor coverings and the decorative headliner, it brings sustainability and comfort into harmony.
GoSee : volkswagen.de & prinzproductions.com
01.08.2022 show complete article
The world premiere of the new iconic Volkswagen was photographed by MARC AND DAVID for Scholz & Friends : “We’re super proud to present the latest work we have photographed for Volkswagen AG. The world premiere of the most iconic member of the ID. family – the Volkswagen ID. Buzz.” Creative Director was Christian Klein, Art Directrice was Marie Julia Schillgalies, and art buying was in the hands of Ellen Kleinbölting. The motifs were produced by PRINZ PRODUCTIONS.
The new ID. Buzz is VW’s icon for the electric era. Besides its irresistible charm, it features impressive cutting-edge technologies and an entirely new spacious experience. With a nod to the design of its predecessor, the VW Bus or ‘Bulli’ as it is referred to in Germany, the new ID. Buzz combines modern proportions with innovative technology.
05.07.2022 show complete article