CLIENT: Sennheiser

ADC 2015 Bronze
ADC 2015 Finalist
Die Klappe 2015 Finalist
Behance R/GA Feature

Sennheiser headphones have become an icon for perfect sound and the inspiration for people with MOMENTUM.
The obsession with sound manifests itself in every last detail. From the high-quality materials such as the brushed stainless
steel and leather, to the seamless manufacturing processes and technologies. This headphone series is inspired by people
with momentum and we show these extraordinary people. We visited Sound and Music Artist such as Nigel Stanford,
Imogen Heap, Pedro Reyes, Nik Nowak, Honne and many others. In a series of documentaries and snack sized media
formats we discussed what inspires them and what their individual purpose is all about.

Nigel stanford Artist Film

Sennheiser presents musician Nigel Stanford from New Zealand, an artist who continues to wow fans with his unique combination
of electronic music and science-based music videos.

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Nik Nowak artist film

Nik Nowak never stands still. Nor do his futuristic sound sculptures. Nik Nowak has MOMENTUM.
His Sound Vehicles runs on caterpillar tracks while Nik fires from every one of the speakers.
I met him in berlin and we accompanied him two days at his workshop and in his favourite places.

honne arist film

HONNE has built up a considerable audience (half a billion streams) that flocks to electro-romantic concerts worldwide –
their warm up show in London was sold out in minutes. I met them in London and portrayed them a day in shoreditch.

Piedro Reyes Artist Film

Disarm is a second generation of art instruments Reyes built after Imagine (2012), also using the remnants
of weapons that the Mexican army had collected and destroyed.

Di mainstone Artist Film

Human Harp is an instrument that clips to suspension cables, enabling us to hear and play a bridge’s song. Founded by artist Di Mainstone.
We met her in London and talked about her outstanding way of creating sound and music with bridges.

imogen heap Artist Film

Imogen continuously rediscovers music and sound. She developed the world’s most advanced wearable musical instrument,
for expressive creation, composition and performance. We talked with her about here work and purpose in London.