Posts Tagged 'DT64'
So much work to do right now. So just a quick update. I filmed this shorty for Nike last week. Basically it was a High Jump contest with their new Nike+ system shoes and a picknick in front of Nike
My latest photoseries for Amercian Apparel and Amy&Pink. Thanks Sara, Nico and Marcel. See all pictures here.
For one of the first films this year I met german actor Stipe Erceg in his P´Berg apartment to direct a new Avant Garde Diaries episode. Stipe had some famous parts in the German movies ‘Der Baader Meinhof Komplex’ and
See some pictures of Stefan and me hanging out in Napoli before a couple of weeks. It was a great time with a lot of intense experiences. You can´t have more Italy down there with all it´s good and bad
You and Me and You is my new mix where I try to discover the new slow. With the heavy influence an inspiring exchange of YeahSara I picked out some of my latest favorite tracks that somehow shaped very special
I took some picture at Elisa´s Poetry eve at lovely Kunstapotheke in Weichselstr. for FindingBerlin.
I don´t know how many times we started to put a mix together in the last months. I think we went through every genre and I could have presented you something in between UK, Postdubstep, Rap, Techno and so on.
I think working in South Tyrol was one of the best jobs I ever did. When I came back to Berlin I felt like coming from a holiday and not from a “5 days / 2 shooting locations a day”
I grew up with the music of Freude am Tanzen and during my Jena years some of the gang became close friends. I loved to see the guys grow up earning the success they deserved and now I´m proud that
Philipp Humm is a very talented and ambitioned stylist form Berlin. I met him at a party during last fashion week. He is a contributor for HUSK and asked me to film his next Editorial-Shooting, he was planning together with
Marcus-tired- at the Weissensee Closing Party in Monbijou Park. THX Steffen for the photo!
When I started DT64 a couple of years ago it was first of all a plattform for my personal visual output. I loved it to be like that, but I also knew that I wanted it to develope together with
Since I started DT64 – the Blog was an audiovisual expression of my life. There were never just random pictures and tracks. Everything had sense and if you were able to read them they would have told you my story.