Ruben Riermeier is a photographer based in Berlin, working worldwide. He photographs on film and digital, telling emotional stories through the use of intense light and warm color. Ruben worked on national and international campaigns with clients like Tinder, H&M, Adidas, Airbnb, Zalando, and many other more.
Astrid de Leon is a Spanish filmmaker and photographer recognized for her authentic performances and organic sensibilities. Astrid moved to London when she was 18 and graduated from the prestigious Central Saint Martins with a Fine Art Degree, her focus was documentary photography and film. She was selected as one of the winners of an internship with the prestigious Magnum Photographers in Liverpool where she got further formation in Documentary Film and Photography.
In 2010 she started an apprenticeship in New York with the worldwide renowned photographer and director, Mario Sorrenti. For the next four years she focused mainly on film defining her own visual identity.
Astrid shares her time between New York, Spain and Berlin, where she continues to express her world's vision through film and photography.
Astrid de Leon is represented by Rekorder.
Nick West & Chloé Claverie are an internationally renowned photography and director duo based in Berlin. Their work transcends the norm, transporting the viewer to a world somewhere in between fantasy and reality with inimitable style. Nick & Chloé create a visceral photographic experience that has been sought after by clients such as Guerlain, Nike, Levi's, HBO, and Audi. They have also had their work exhibited in the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin.
Nick & Chloé are represented by Rekorder
Benedict Redgrove is renowned for a clean and modern aesthetic in his photography. His pictures are dedicated to innovation in industry, which has brought him jobs for companies such as BMW, Audi, Aston Martin, Bertone, American Airlines, and even NASA.
Benedict Redgrove is represented by Rekorder
Amsterdam based photographer Aisha Zeijpveld specializes in conceptual portraiture. But she is not just a photographer - she photographs, collages, photographs, arranges and photographs once again. Zeijpveld then transforms each piece with her eccentric editing. Hair is replaced with smoke, cracks appear in naked backs, extra limbs sprout from bodies. She uses hands-on techniques rather than digital compositing and prefers lo-fi over high tech. Using found objects, scissors, torn paper and other elements, Zeipjeld brings another depth to her photos, allowing them to exist on the border of reality and dream world.
Aisha is represented by Rekorder.
Sasha Kurmaz is a multidisciplinary artist. His artistic background has roots in graffiti and, even though he has left this medium behind, his work still concentrates on public space. In most of his work he plays a game of de-powering power structures, using both humorous and conceptual interventions.
He himself distinguishes his work as the study of space by means of photography, drawing, video and interaction, as well as the study of the influence of the artwork on the social context. On the other hand he is constantly on the search for alternative ways of representation of art outside of art institutions. His work is impressive and his intimate portraits take a closer look at the human body in a sphere between pure nakedness and a world of emotions. Sasha Kurmaz is the winner of the C/O Berlin award "Talent 2015“.
Sasha Kurmaz is represented by Rekorder
A distinctive design language and strong visual compositions characterise Katja Oortman's work. Precise observations and skilful productions create intriguing perspectives and insistently intimate moods.
Following her studies in visual communication.Katja worked in the studio of director Ralf Schmerberg. She is now working as a photographer and cinematographer. Her portfolio includes clients such as Red Bull, Jeep, Adidas, Otto, Villeroy & Boch.
Katja is represented by Rekorder