Sebastian Artz: Joining Justin Rose on the golf course for Morgan Stanley

Sebastian Artz: Social & digital films for Apple

Photographer and director Sebastian Artz created these two cool portraits of artists Jonathan Mannion and Tim Sessler and their work using iphones for Apple. 2: 3:

Sebastian Artz: Capturing happiness for Frisomum

Sebastian Artz: Enjoying Life for Pacific Gate

Sebastian Artz: Exploring the city

Sebastian Artz: Playtime

Sebastian Artz: On a love trip with a young couple

A photographer who already managed to tame various rock stars in front of the camera and who made an outstanding contribution not only to photography but also to moving pictures, seems to have a magic touch for people and their personal expression. Artz is such a prestigious people photographer who moved from Germany to Los Angeles and who has found his source of inspiration in the city of angels. With his free series “Youth Couple”, he tells the story of a young couple in front of beautiful landscapes but also in funny situations that create a delighted smile on our faces. All these pictures are very close to the people they present and despite them being staged, these pictures depict pure naturalness and they seem wonderfully candid and playful.

Sebastian Artz: A Lust for Light and Life 

Sebastian Artz shows the bright side of life. Whether it is family, leisure activities, or work: his photographs always put us in a good mood! But nonetheless, his portraits of modern individualists in settings bathed in light are beautifully authentic. You can tell from his motifs that he also works in film, because during the shootings he often creates little photo stories with captivating narrative elements. Sebastian Artz was born in Romania, but grew up in Dusseldorf. During an exchange program, he ended up in the renowned film department at UCLA in Los Angeles. The city and its world-famous light awakened his love of photography—a passion that quickly earned him money. He has photographed celebrities, for example musicians like Green Day and the Beasty Boys, but he also realized his own projects that are regularly exhibited in art galleries.