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MERCEDES-BENZ CLE campaign by director & transportation photographer Emir HAVERIC c/o SHOTVIEW on GoSee

Desire unfolds. Experience the symbiosis of powerful dynamics paired with elegant top-down driving pleasure at a breathtaking level in the all-new MERCEDES-BENZ CLE CABRIOLET. Specialized in cars and fashion, Photographer and Director EMIR HAVERIC staged the luxurious model in an eye-catching campaign.

Emir Haverić is based in Hamburg and Berlin – but his work takes him to all corners of the globe. His style of photography can be described as classic with a clear and strong contemporary perspective, defined by a less-is-more aesthetic. As a photographer and director, Emir Haverić works with both stills and motion – shooting a wide variety of commercials alongside his portfolio shows, editorial and personal work or even a few quite impressive paintings.

Emir’s work has brought him Gold at the One Show, the Effie Awards and ADC Germany. Plus, he has been on the shortlist at the Cannes Film Festival and a finalist of the New York Photo Festival.

His clients include: Acura, Alpine, Audi, Belfor, BMW, Citroën, Elle, Ford, Hyundai, KIA, Granini, Lexus, Mini, Microsoft, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Nascar, Opel, Porsche, Renault, Seat, Smart, Spread Magazine, Volkswagen, and Wallpaper.
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‘Always there for you’ – VISIT TYROL campaign all about famous Tyrolean cordiality by Director MAREN LANGER c/o SHOTVIEW

MAREN LANGER c/o SHOTVIEW presents her commercial for the VISIT TYROL image campaign here on GoSee, for which a fairy-tale set was created in the snow-covered mountains.

Losing a cuddly toy can be quite a dramatic experience. In this campaign, all about the famous Tyrolean cordiality, a whole town looks for a fluffy bear in the ice. At first, without success, but the Tyrolean hosts won’t give up – after all, they are always there for you.

From a bird's eye view, Tyrol looks like an ocean of mountain peaks – extending into a vast sea of shapes and colors: some rugged and rocky, others snow-capped or softly wooded all the way up to the top. The very diversity that gives Tyrol its signature look, making it a glistening synthesis of the arts.

Maren Langer works in the areas of music videos, narrative short films, film documentaries, fashion films, and commercials. Her filmmaking approach consists of emotional storytelling and revealing a new perspective of our perception. Maren Studied at the Berlin University of the Arts and at Pratt Institute in New York. Her work, with strong influences from her background in applied art and fashion, is focused on conceptually strong ideas and highly aesthetic images. Her clients include Lancôme, Peloton, Armed Angels, Vinted, Catrice, Bumble, Timberland, Closed, Sony Music, Nettwerk Music, Etihad Airways, Tyrol, and Zalando.

Client: Tyrol
Agency & Production: Molle&Korn
Director: Maren Langer
DoP: Constanze Schmitt
ECD: Anna Moll
CD: Maximilian Wiedenhofer
Head of Production: Catharina Schmid
Junior Account Manager: Anne Krüger
Light: David Schmitt
Photographer: Andreas Jackwerth
Head of Production: Catharina Schmid

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Mirroring’ – the creative reflection: CAROLINE MACKINTOSH c/o SHOTVIEW illuminates the diversity of South African fashion designers in LAMPOON MAGAZINE

Having enjoyed an upbringing in Cape Town, fashion photographer Caroline MACKINTOSH has dedicated her editorial for LAMPOON MAGAZINE to the unique talents of South African designers. Amid the characteristic Fynbos landscapes of South Africa, she presents both established and aspiring designers. Using the phenomenon of mirroring – or the subconscious mimicking of gestures and styles – she explores the creative connections within the designer community. In the process, she shows how the designers contribute their individual aesthetic voices while reflecting the collective influences of South African culture. Styling and creative direction came from Gavin Mikey Collins (models: Genilson & Nomvelo c/o Twenty Model Management).

“By mirroring designs and using mimicked gestures among our models, we seek to explore the parallels between these designers. Showing each of their unique aesthetic voices along with how they create not only from their individual creative perspectives, but also collectively reflect each other through influences unique to South Africa,” says Caroline.
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