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showreel contains excerpts from
olympus cameras cebit trailer directed by marc vorwerk. blank & jones ‘heartbeat’ music clip directed by marc tamschik. ‘tunnel’ movie directed by martin libich. ‘solo finale’ directed by ingo putze. ‘successful cows’ commercial for diesel jeans directed by marc vorwerk. ‘grafenzeit’ movie directed by cornelius meckseper. ‘barracuda dancing’ directed by stefan krohmer.
video edited by uwe framenau at blue-i-berlin.
music composed by david kaiser.
thanks to dennenesch zoudé, ina rudolph, gerd david, erich dierks, mary dobrian, maik grieger, till brinkmann, stefan runge, knut schmitz, marc vorwerk, blank and jones, ingo putze, david kaiser, marc tamschick, daniel nocke, benjamin quabek, eduardo kapsch, cornelius meckseper, stefan krohmer, irene kugler, edgar selge, joachim braeutigam, adalbert suntinger, eva maletz, johannes kobilke, motor music, viva, zdf fernsehspiel, filmakademie baden-wuerttemberg, arte.
Uwe Framenau is a set and costume designer for theatre and film.
He trained in Theatre Design at Central St Martins College of Art and Design,London where he graduated as best of his year.
He is now living in Berlin. He founded ‘blue-i-berlin’ – design agency for theatre, film and video, in 2004.
Credits include working with The English National Ballet; Southwark Playhouse, London; Battersea Arts Centre; The Other Theatre Company; The Heatherley School of Fine Art, Chelsea; London College of Printing; Anna Negri at The Royal College of Art; The London Contemporary Dance Company at „The Place”, Stephen Sheridan’s The Hush-Hush Ensemble; Hattie Naylor’s and David Ellis’ „Puzzle Club”, Edinburgh Theatre Festival; Jeremy Weller’s „Grassmarket Project” Anton Rodgers; Jack Shepherd; Tanya Mc Callin, Stefanos Lazaridis;
Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg; AV Studios Ludwigsburg; Media Mutant Stuttgart; Akademie für neue Medien, Ludwigsburg; Stefan Krohmer; Marc Vorwerk; Cornelius Meckseper; Blank & Jones; Pur; Humboldt Universität Berlin; Bruno Banani; Diesel Jeans, Theaterhaus Mitte, Berlin; Ensemble Öffentliche Leben, Berlin.
He has taught fine art, costume history and English in London and Berlin.