Colorful relief

SANOFI | “Colorful Relief” – A Mucosolvan and Silomat Promotion. | Work as Director/DoP.

Telekom IoT

Deutsche Telekom | IoT | “Kiosk of Things” | Work as Director/DoP.


ImmoScout24 | “Besser Verkaufen” TVC | Work as Director/DoP

REWE Grillhelm

REWE Grillhelm | A summer promotion with a big twinkle in the eye.

HYUNDAI – Stronger

Hyundai – Stronger | New Part of the Hyundai Next Awaits Campaign in the Director’s Cut | Work as Director/DoP

LIDL – Surprise

Lidl International | TVC “Surprise” | Work as Director/DoP

LIDL – 5 Senses

Lidl International | TVC “5 Senses” | Work as Director/DoP


PROSPAN | Campaign 2020 | Work as Director/DoP

Sekou Andrews & The String Theory – The Music Movement (Official Video)

“The Music Movement” is the second single and video from the GRAMMY-nominated debut album by American spoken word poet, Sekou Andrews, and European/American neo-classical orchestra, The String Theory. This breathtakingly epic track uses Sekou’s inspirational poetry to celebrate the impact of music in every aspect of our lives. From the power of music to bring cultures together, to music as a healing force, to the importance of music in school, this piece reminds us why we can’t help but be MOVED by music! “It is this power of music to move our individual units And release me, remixed by you, remastered as us!” The video was shot in multiple locations across Berlin, Germany, including the murals along the Berlin wall: a symbol of art breaking down barriers. It features Sekou Andrews with musicians and singers from The String Theory’s neo-classical symphony orchestra, including conductor PC Nackt. GET THE ALBUM: SHARE/STREAM VISIT the website: And please SHARE this album! Sekou Andrews Social: The String Theory Social:…… Directed by Ralph Loop Camera by Tobias Rupp & Ralph Loop Produced by Malte Hagemeister (for California Music), Sebastian Gäbel and Chérie (for The String Theory), and Sekou […]

JYSK Schweiz – Linda Fäh

JYSK Schweiz | TVC campaign with celebrity Linda Fäh | Work as Director/DoP