During the landscape location scouting for my Outdoor production (Making of) I made some shots with the incredible „The Cave“ tent from the german based company Heimplanet.
It´s just an awesome product, that makes camping way more comfortable, easy and even more stylish. You won´t believe how many people asked what that thing is.
For more information just have a look on the Heimplanet website.
Big thanks to Sebastian for providing me with a tent and the great support.
Earlier this year the BMW Driving Experience send me to Namibia to shoot their Offroad Multi Day Tour with the new BMW X5 there. In the Landscape Post I already showed you what a beautiful country Namibia is … now I´ll show some action from the tour itself.
The tour itself is a 6 day road trip through the wilderness of this epic country and you´ll experience everything from stony mountain roads, rides through empty riverbeds and endless grass plains to the big sand dunes at the coast. It´s just 6 days of „sheer driving pleasure“ combined with perfect lodging and food at night.
If you wanna learn more about it just pay a visit to the BMW Driving Experience website.
More Pictures will follow soon in the gallery on my website.
Some weeks ago I realized a long planned personal outdoor production.
Special Thanks to:
Christoph and Hanna for their patience
Silvia for their makeup skills
Patti for doing 3 jobs at once
Max for the Schöffel Clothing
Jan for the EVOC backpacks
Sebastian for the Heimplanet tent.
Here are some Making of shots, the complete shots will follow soon here on the blog, the website and all the other channels
This year Head Snowboards gave me and a part of the team the chance to go on a snowboarding trip to the southern hemisphere, there should be deep winter when we were sweating here in middle europe. Should be!!!
So the plan was to visit Argentina for 10 days and enjoy deep pow, great mountains and get some shots with the products of 15/16 done … but as always in life things don´t go as expected. So we left a cold and rainy europe to be welcomed with 20° and sunshine in „winterish“ Buenos Aires and sadly we had 15° (PLUS!!), sun and slushy spring conditions in Las Lenas up on more than 2500m.
But we just made the best out of it and in the end we bagged our shots and even found some pow up on around 3800m … and the trip itself was just amazing and a hell lot of fun.
Thanks to the whole Crew: Freddy Evensen, Kazushige Fujita, Graham Banks, Elmar „ElMorte“ Bossard, Max Thurner and our guide and local Miguel „Mike“ Duarte!!!
Here are some Landscape shots from Las Lenas … the rest will follow at some point next year!!