Oliver Brenneisen is an award-winning photographic author and conceptual artist. He shoots both still as well as moving images. All post-production and retouching is done by the artist himself.
Oliver Brenneisen is a photographer of energies that move and shape our economies all the way to the most subtle states of universal order.
His work is exhibited in art galleries, distributed by leading photo agencies worldwide, published by magazines and books, as well as in corporate communications.
Oliver prefers natural or available light, producing both stills and moving images. Among his specialities are the capturing of atmospheres, the documentation of processes and the summoning of charismatic portraiture.
Oliver is fluent in German, English and Spanish.
Corporate clients and institutions include: British Airways • Deutscher Bundestag • European Commission • BBC • Philipp Plein • Panasonic Marketing Europe • Replay Jeans • Romera New York • Roland Berger Strategy Consultants • Universal Music • Gewandhaus zu Leipzig • INEOS • Migros Magazin
Editorial clients and publications include: National Geographic Society • Der Spiegel • Die Zeit • Stern • The Guardian • Sydney Morning Herald • Vanity Fair • Wall Street Journal Magazine • Focus Magazin • New York Magazine • Financial Times • Süddeutsche • Focus Italy • france télévisons • Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung • Gala • Bunte • Deutsches Ärzteblatt • Galore • GEO Saison • GU Magazin • Handelsblatt • La Repubblica • De Standaard • taz • Die Welt • Wiener Zeitung • Schweizer Illustrierte • SonntagsZeitung • ADAC Motorwelt • Bellevue • Brigitte • ES Magazine • El País Semanal • Essen & Trinken • Der Feinschmecker • Reader’s Digest
Things to know about Oliver Brenneisen
- worked with Roger Waters, Depeche Mode, Ute Lemper, Aerosmith among others.
- formerly based in London, Berlin and Barcelona, he has photographed worldwide for the Bilderberg photo agency.
- he has received awards in the field of food photography.
- included internationally in travelling art exhibitions and installations.
- his inspirations are the sea, organic agriculture, portraiture, natural science, and the rising sun.