Tan Chong Lee, Joint Head, Portfolio Management Group Temasek.
New portraits of my last assignments are available via my photo agency VISUM
Dr. Dirk Freund, former member of the board F&E Regulatory Affairs Aesculap AG.
The last two weeks of july in Corse.
In june we flew to San Francisco rented a black Ford Mustang and traveled three weeks through California, Nevada, Utah and Arizona. In the end we completed almost 5.000 kilometers/3.100 miles.
In july I was in finland again to open up a small exhibition about my Deutschlandautoland project. In Fiskari I stayed in the house of a friend and we took small trips to the surrounding area and Helsinki.
At he “Paradies&das” Jan Phillip Johl founder of a platform for cultural exchange practises and offers living with nature. In the last years he has established an in-house fair where alternative business is exhibited.
Assignment for ADAC motorwelt with ADAC editor Elena at the bathing lake Düren-Gürzenich between Cologne and Aachen. Elena attended the ADAC Powerboat school.
Photo production for dhpg, Bonn.
Assignment for the FCA Group at the Grand Cherokee my17 media test drive at the Hofgut Mappen.
Back from a short escape to Veneto, Italy.
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Georg von Holzbrinck Price for business publication.
James Bullard, CEO Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. For Handelsbatt.
Tewentythree years ago I took pictures of my friends. This year I revisited them for my contribution to the Freelens group exhibition in the “Haus am Dom” downtown Frankfurt starting with the vernissage at 11th november 2016 at 7 p.m.
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To become a chief for one day was the aim of nearly 250 disciples who got together for a weekend at the exclusive Lufthansa Training & Conference Center Seeheim. In the end of the casting just eight of the 17 to 19 years old schoolars got the chance to meet the head of a business company for one day.
A short visit to the documentation area of the former government bunker of the Germen Federal Government in Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler close to the former German capital Bonn. It was a massive underground complex designed to house the German government, parliament and all federal personnel needed to keep the government working in the event of war or severe crisis. The bunker was built between 1960 and 1972, maintained and kept in a working condition for about 30 years and decommissioned in 1997.
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Assignment for Chrismon Magazin 9/2016.
Christoph Dirscherl, agriculture representativ of the German Lutheran Church and Jan Grossarth, journalist, author and economist are talking about the future of agriculture.
Back from a short trip to the Atlantic coast of France.
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