We enjoyed Tordrillo Lodge to the fullest with insanely good food, perfect ski conditions and fun salmon and trout fishing..
With over 20 million views in four days, our video for Asphalt Green’s new AG6 workout has gone viral. What has made this success even sweeter is the longstanding relationship I have with this non-profit organization dedicated to bringing sports to their communities.
USA SWIM is a very special client for me. With my past as a pro waterpolo player in the German Team , I love to work with USA SWIM. But man, these guys need my full force. Every time we create together.
Ever since I started to experiment with my first Super 8 Camera way back in 1976, I became totally addicted of telling stories with a still or motion camera. Stories that show not only the obvious but also the soul of the person photographed.
There are so many workout trends coming out every day. And all of them claim to be the very best and most effective. The one I like the most is practiced by some of the best athletes I work with. Work out in and under water. Why it is so effective ?
Millions of people around the world love to play soccer. It is the biggest sport around the globe, with the most athletes and fans by far. Nothing compares to it. And every athlete has a different story. Photographing numerous Soccer World Cups, I have met many athletes and heard many stories.
Editing images every day with so many possibilities, it is important to sometimes think out of the box.
It is always wonderful to see your work being printed on a large scale and mounted to a whole building. Despite the outcry that print is dying and everything must be online, the city's landscapes are still influenced by large billboards.
Senior athletes rock. Period. As a former pro athlete I do admire all the athletes out there that do their 'thing' and never give up.
I love to work with and for magazines. That is where I started my career with: sports journalism. Journalistic work has been a part of my life.
Since years I have been on a constant road trip with my 1965 Plymouth Barracuda. On and off. When ever I have time, I pack up the car and just drive. All I know is a certain direction I want to drive. That's all.