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Photographers • NEW! Lifestyle, travel & people photographer Grant HARDER c/o MAKING PICTURES from Vancouver with a portfolio on GoSee

21.09.2021 • After MAKING PICTURES opened a further office in Vancouver in addition to its first in London, the team now welcomes an exciting new photographer on board from the Canadian metropolis: Grant HARDER c/o MAKING PICTURES.

“When photographing portraits, environments and still life, Grant prefers to meet his subject matter, often literally, at the point where human existence intersects with nature. Grant looks for calm, quiet and honest moments that reflect how he sees the world of light, shadow and form, always working from a place of respect and appreciation for others and the planet. Grant lives in Vancouver, BC, with his wife and two children. When Grant is not working, he enjoys camping with his family and sleeping in the pop top of the family VW – but the van is usually with his mechanic so this does not happen nearly as often as he would like…”


Among his clients are A+E, Airbnb, Air France, Bon Appetit, Canada Goose, Destination BC, Dwell, Hudson’s Bay Company, Lululemon, Monocle, NUVO, Outside Magazine, Roots, Smithsonian Magazine, TD Bank, Telegraph Magazine, The New Yorker,...

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Photographers • Just do it. – JAN FRIESE gets in the ring for NIKE

21.09.2021 • We present you Berlin resident and photographer JAN FRIESE, known for lifestyle paired with transportation, from his sporty side. The advertising motifs here on GoSee were photographed by Jan for American sports equipment giant NIKE, which was founded in 1964 and is today one of the 100 most valuable companies in the world. Jan Friese is represented by Klaus Stiegemeyer. GoSee : nike.com & janfriese.de

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Photographers • DORNSCHILD men’s vests seen by FRANK LÜBKE Photography, the new Fall/Winter ‘21 collection now in stores

21.09.2021 • The new campaign for DORNSCHILD men’s vests is all about the slogan ‘RAW’. Which is why FRANK LÜBKE’s photos were created in the boiler house of a shut down factory : “One of the very special shoot locations you look forward to as a photographer because a new motif can be created in really every inch of the place.” Dornschild seen by Frank Lübke Photography.

The Munich-based design manufacturer DORNSCHILD, founded in 2013 by Jörn Boysen and Michael Ostermayer, created a genre that shows the theme of vests in a new light for the men’s fashion world that is modern and yet timeless. Hardly any other garment can be used and combined in so many ways and creates an attractive look in no time at all.

And DORNSCHILD is uncompromising : Because a vest back made of lining is taboo, buckles for adjusting the size have been set almost entirely on the sides and concealed. What’s more, the shoulders are wider, and the silhouettes have a narrower cut, giving them a particularly masculine appearance. That’s why at DORNSCHILD, vests are referred to as sleeveless jackets. GoSee : dornschild.com &

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Photographers • Pool & Bike featuring Carlos A. Flores – personal work by photographer MARC TRAUTMANN

20.09.2021 • Photographer and director MARC TRAUTMANN is an expert for automotive and CGI. And that he is equally skilled in the areas of fashion, people and lifestyle is what his clients love about him. His talent for creating the perfect environment, his expertise in all things cinematic and surreal as well as his keen eye for architectural structures enable him to ultimately take photos that tell stories.

“This ocean swimmer and bike spread was photographed in the port and ocean pool in Barcelona. The swimmer was cast on the streets of Barcelona a few days before the shoot.” Marc tells us. “Big thanks to @carlosfloresp and @hlenazz for coming to the #oceanpool at 5.30am !”


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Photographers • GoSee Tip : ‘20 Years After – an Alternate View’ – exhibition by fashion photographer and director TIM PETERSEN on 20 Years of 9/11 at Wilhelm Hallen, Berlin

16.09.2021 • Following the announcement, we now present you the photos from the exhibition ‘20 Years After – an Alternate View’ here on GoSee. The exhibition was attended by a far greater number of visitors than expected, and the photographer was busy telling the story behind it.

Beauty & fashion photographer and Director TIM PETERSEN was in New Jersey at the time and photographed the events which would change the world that day by chance with his analogue camera. He was so deeply shocked that he never developed the films – not until two years ago.

This extremely expressive solo exhibition by the German photographer, who calls New York his home, presents an alternate view of the events of 9/11 twenty years later. The exhibition contains a series of prints in chronological order as well as a gripping video installation. Tim’s photographs grant intimate insight into never-before-seen perspectives.

“I woke up on September 11th to one of the most beautiful days you can imagine. Sunrise, clear blue sky, fresh and earthy smelling early autumn air and at 8 AM temperatures already in the mid-70s. I...

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