Last Supper – produced in collaboration with Bipolar, a Berlin-based art/techno collective. Lights: The Plant, Makeup: Develyn Lux, Creative Assistant: Lena Krebs.
Some call it Imaginary Realism, others think of it as Magical Realism – whatever the genre, the new series Crossings (working title) deals with common, even profane secrets of our daily life, shown in rather surreal situations/scenes. More about it soon!
Summer finally arrived. And with it came Alissa. The Berlin-based model is not only a poppy lover, but a woman who loves nature all the way. So the setting of our production was clear from the start: lush poppy fields, and a sun that never sets (at least in our minds).
More of the series Summer Love soon to come.
The Weekend is a series produced in collaboration with Vienna-based designer Maiko Sakurai Karner and her label Kleine Tänzerin. Maiko not only creates extravagant pieces of jewelry that are featured in the pictures – she is also a very talented fashion designer and stylist. All pictures were produced on location in Vienna, with Kodak Portra 400 and Fuji Reala film.
In a recent interview with Popular Photo Magazine (US) it was all about staged cinematic photography and what it takes to direct on a set with a large cast and crew. Also, a previously unpublished pre-production frame of a new series that's currently at planning stage. Enjoy reading!
Read the brand new interview with the Film Shooters Collective. It's not only about the cinematic series Welcome to Twin Peaks, but also touches subjects like film vs. digital, and gives some insight about creating staged photography. Enjoy!
In Recent Years: Works, 2010-2015 is an anthology of Efacts Photography's works. On 100 pages, all essential narrative, cinematic and conceptual works, like The Hopper Files, Border Crossing or Youborn are included. Each series is accompanied by extensive background information. An essay by the Austrian author and art critic Julius Deutschbauer, as well as selected interviews, complete the book. Take a look at the preview and order a copy if you like. Thank you!
On a recent trip to the North Yorkshire coast, I discovered Saltburn Pier, a remarkable example of architecture from the Victorian era. It sparked my inspiration to look out for similar scenery in different places – and to create a series of landscape pictures that could have sprung from a Wes Anderson movie. If you'd like to suggest suitable places, please don't hesitate to send me an email. Thank you!
Limited Edition Art Prints of selected works such as Mixotarians (Blue) are available at Juniqe Gallery.