Gunnar Knechtel

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Gunnar Knechtel

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Gunnar Knechtel photography
mobile phone: 0034 646868361
contact@gunnarknechtel.com

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Agentur für Fotos & Reportagen GmbH:
www.laif.de

In the US represented by Redux Pictures Editorial assignments:
Marcel Saba
Laura McClintock
Commercial assignments:
Anne Conover
www.reduxpictures.com
t: +1 212-253-0399

Clients from outside the US
please contact me directly

Gunnar Knechtel is a German photographer based in Barcelona, Spain.
After studying photography at “Lette Verein” in Berlin he moved to London to start photographing feature stories for various international magazines.
In addition to his photographic work for magazines and corporate clients, he dedicates a lot of time and passion photographing his personal stories. Gunnar Knechtel is available for editorial, corporate and other commercial assignments worldwide.

Magazine
Stern (D), Spiegel (D), El Pais Semanal (ES), Conde Nast Traveler (US), Fortune (US), Bloomberg (US), Dwell (US), Afar (US), ADAC (D), Afisha Mir(RUS), Beef! (D), Bon Appetit Magazine (US), The Guardian Weekend (UK), Observer (UK), Süddeutsche Magazine, (D) Das Magazin (CH), Häuser (D), C-Photo (D), Lufthansa Magazine (D), Ling (UK), ESPN (US), Travel + Leisure, Neon, Die Zeit, enRoute Magazine (CA), Fairmont Magazine (CA), Experience Magazine (CA), Das Auto (D).

Corporate clients
Migros, IBM, Ampo, Celsa Steel, TÜV, Banco Santander, San Miguel Brewery, Red Bull, Living Labs Global, ICUB, CCCB, Volkswagen, La Obra Social de la Caixa.

Gunnar is available for editorial, corporate and commercial assignments worldwide.

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