“Keep it simple and connect the best of the best” – words to live by for new GoSee entry THE KLUBHOUSE COLLECTIVE, a post production company with Swedish creative power. “For the best results, it takes the best minds,” says Christa Klubert, who has worked as a representative in the areas of photography and fine art for many years, and who knows exactly what she is talking about.
In Johan ‘Cabbe’ Cabezos / Senjor Studio Stockholm, Christa Klubert has found the ideal partner, as Head Creative and retoucher, for her new project : A collective of high-end retouchers and CGI artists. Whether for large-scale or small but exquisite projects, for commercial work or editorials – the services offered by THE KLUBHOUSE COLLECTIVE are individually tailored to meet every requirement. There’s nowhere better than THE KLUBHOUSE. Welcome to the KLUB. GoSee had a few questions.
“On the German and international markets, I see great potential for such a collaborative network, which finds not one but several solutions for each challenge and is able to adapt to every new one as a flexible unit,” Christa tells GoSee.
And why have you moved from being a representation for photographers to representing post producers and post production companies? “I just can’t get enough of strong images. They are ultimately the products of a long creative chain of individual steps. I have an extensive network at my disposal which I would like to use to give images the perfect final touches precisely there : in post production.”
Which clientele does your work appeal to or who is you target group? Who books Klubhouse? “First of all, photographers – that is, the best of the best. Our services are, however, also directed at agencies, the industry and direct clients.”
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