In the need for a photo assistant?
Do you need an experienced Photo assistant and Digital-Operator in Hamburg or elsewhere in Germany (or even around the world)?
Great you just found one: My name is Jan and I’m 35.
I currently reside in the lovely Hamburg (Germany), but I’ve seen many places in the world and I love to travel.
Thats why my english is pretty much rock solid and the reason I feel comfortable in all sorts of environments.
I’ve been involved in over 300 different productions from just simply holding a scrim to multi day productions with several concurrent sets.
Some of the highlights: indoor under water shoot, cgi involved projects and international shoots.
Places I’ve worked include New Zealand, Scotland, Los Angeles, Praque, Zurich, and many more.
I’ve assisted at various types of photo shoots: Fashion, Editorial, Cars, Interior, Architecture, People, Food, Still life.
So no worries whether it is an indoor studio or outdoor on location shoot, I’m happy to help.
Skills & Experience
Below you can find a list of Equipment & Software I’m experienced in.
I pick up new stuff pretty quick, so no worries if yours is not on the list.
So far I’ve worked with more then 50 different photographers resulting in over 300 jobs to date.
That’s what some of them say about my work:
“Jan is just the right assistant for me: attentive, assiduous, quick, experienced, chary – an assistant I prefer working with.”
“… your assistance being about professionalism, overlooking the set and working hand in hand with me. Although it was the first time we’ve been working together you were easy to get along with and cooperating with you just felt naturally. Will hire you again, for sure.”
“Thanks for the hard work and the great job you did.”
“…many many thanks again for your splendid work attitude and your super professional job. Also bringing your iPads for the clients, Tools, Network Router,… this is not self-evident. You really got my back and done a great job.”
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Photo by: Saskia Gaulke
Photo by: Joan Vitores
Photo by: Ulrich Helweg