Welcome to Twin Peaks - the photographic tribute to David Lynch's epic TV show. Now showing at Impatto Gallery, Rome.
It has been a great experience to work with actress Cuyén Mai on her portfolio. In Cuyén on a Sunday, she spontaneously assumed very different roles and was indeed very convincing at that. Needless to say, all portraits were produced with photographic film, some fresh, some expired. Enjoy!
Mashing up documentary content with cinematic elements is the essence of the series In Another Light. Started in December 2017, the open-ended project focuses on urban and rural scenes off the beaten track. It is exclusively produced with film. Selected pictures will be available as art prints.
Grey Anatomy with the stunning Alissa is the latest addition to the Vogue Collection.
COOPH magazine, Austria, brought an interesting feature about the cinematic character of my works. With frames from most recent series like Twisted Landscapes, Welcome to Twin Peaks, The Weekend, and more.
Read the 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!
In the Metaverse, things are not always what they seem – or are they? Find out what happened in this mental hospital and see more mysteries in the upcoming series Dream Control. Production has started in April. Here's a look behind the scenes.
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.