Celebrity • 258 News

Celebrity • ‘When everyone is asleep’ – Benno KRAEHAHN c/o HAUSER FOTOGRAFEN photographed namesake Barbara Schöneberger for BARBARA Magazine 50/2020

30.11.2020 • Hello? Is anybody still awake? Benno KRAEHAHN c/o HAUSER FOTOGRAFEN photographed eternal cover girl Barbara Schöneberger for BARBARA magazine 50/2020 ‘When everyone is asleep’. Who doesn’t know her – the one and only Barbara Schöneberger: natural, funny and wonderfully self-ironic. As namesake and member of the editorial team, she is involved 100% in the development of the magazine and its topics. Far from diets, sport trends or make-up tips, the magazine deals with the true and genuine life of women. For female readers from 30 bis 55 who don’t always take themselves all too seriously. Set design came from Peter KLARE c/o BASICS.BERLIN.

// show complete news

 
 

Celebrity • ‘Yes Yeah’ – the new album by Ro Berman and the musician in the portrait by Peter Rigaud c/o SHOTVIEW ARTISTS MANAGEMENT

27.11.2020 • Dream team Peter RIGAUD c/o SHOTVIEW and Ro Bergman met up for a portrait shoot for the new album by the Austrian singer-songwriter who serves up high-quality pop with intellectually stimulating lyrics. The result is album artwork and here on GoSee.

// show complete news

 
 

Celebrity • Actor Matthias Schweighöfer on the cover of DB MOBIL magazine September 2020 – photos by Emil LEVY c/o BIRGIT STÖVER ARTISTS

24.11.2020 • Emil LEVY c/o BIRGIT STÖVER ARTISTS was booked to create a spread for DB MOBIL magazine. In front of his camera, he had no one less than actor Matthias Schweighöfer. DB MOBIL is the magazine of German railway company Deutsche Bahn. The magazine is published twelve times each year at the beginning of the month with around 100 pages per issue. It is available for free in several DB long-distance trains (ICE, IC, EC) as well as regional trains, in travel centers and DB Lounges. It is produced on commission for Deutsche Bahn by the agency Territory, a subsidiary of Gruner + Jahr. GoSee : dbmobil.de/dbmobil

// show complete news

 
 

Celebrity • Schön! magazine interview with ‘Unorthodox’ actor Jeff Wilbusch – grooming by Anna KÜRNER c/o BASICS.BERLIN

11.11.2020 • “Jeff Wilbusch’s life has been everything but conventional. Born in Israel as the member of a Hassidic Jewish community, Wilbusch left the country at the age of thirteen to pursue an education in the Netherlands, before working as a full-time actor in different countries across Europe. Asked by Schön! today, he even admits that he always has a suitcase packed, ready to move at any time to wherever his ever-changing, remarkable career might take him next. “I really love it,” he says about his new mobile life. “It is something that is quite liberating for me at the moment. Perhaps the day will come and I will want somewhere to call my base, but right now, I’ve got a kind of flow. It is truly beautiful.”

German actor Jeff Wilbusch was born in 1987 in Haifa, Israel, as Isroel Iftach Wilbuschewitz. Wilbusch, who has German and Dutch roots, grew up in Jerusalem. Many members of his family were German Jews who fled the country during the Nazi regime and emigrated to Palestine. In the Netflix mini series ‘Unorthodox’ from 2020, he took on the role of Moische Lefkovitch. Wilbusch lives in...

// show complete news

 
 

Celebrity • PHILIPP RATHMER : portrays ‘Alarm for Cobra 11’ commissioner Pia Stutzenstein in action for BUNTE

11.11.2020 • “Alarm for Cobra 11” star Pia Stutzenstein was staged by PHILIPP RATHMER for BUNTE in action-packed scenes. The new commissioner of the RTL series speaks in the BUNTE interview about her role, bold fashion and plans for the future. “I’d love to do all of my stunts myself,” the actress tells the magazine. Since season 25, Pia Stutzenstein is the new partner at the side of Erdogan Atalay in the RTL series.

The athletic beauty was photographed in the original locations of Cobra 11/Actionconcept. Production was wrapped up by Anke Koppe, who has been in charge of elaborate photo productions and art buying for the magazine for many years.

// show complete news