Behind the Scenes: Industrial Photo-shooting

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Hey you guys, I have some news. I’m getting famous. Yes, me who else – the most handsome French Bulldog of Berlin. My owner, Senior Interior Designer from Otto von Berlin and I were asked to have a photo shooting with our good friend David Nassim. I’ll tell you what else happened along the way and let you have a look on our ‘Behind the Scenes’.

Looks like somebody tries to steal my spotlight...

Looks like somebody tries to steal my spotlight…

I wouldn’t consider myself a morning person. I’m usually grumpy, unless there is food involved. But today was different, as I was really looking forward for my first photo shooting in a long time. If any of you wonder, why dogs should have photo shootings – take a look on Instagram or Facebook, we are owning the social networks. While Gregor is taking care of his hair and beard, I’m correcting the last details on my body with my tongue. Man, I look great. Now off to the car and set the paparazzi free. Ah, great we’re taking uncle Aleks with us. And another David… Who the hell are Leonie and Moritz? What do all those groupies want from me? Today it’s all about me. But this should only be partly correct.

Otto von Berlin goes Jeep Otto von Berlin goes Jeep

Ok, everybody jump on "three"... Well...

Ok, everybody jump on “three”… Well…

We stuffed the car completely full and drove to an interesting place somewhere in Brandenburg that David Nassim scouted. An old military airport – a dream for everybody loving Industrial Design, like our mister Interior Designer. The plan we set: A day with the creators of Otto von Berlin. Gregor, Kurt and I. Yes, Kurt is new as well and a very important part of our Interior Design Office. Because Kurt is Gregor’s second “four-legged” companion – a Jeep Renegade. Covered completely in architect’s favorite color, of course. Leonie and Max have the task to film some video footage of us, whilst the two Davids are shooting pictures of us from any given angle. Uncle Aleks meanwhile got a very important role assigned. He is our walking wardrobe and holder of my leach. Looks like going to college really paid off for you, didn’t it uncle Aleks? Well, rolls assigned. I’m taking my position. Action!

Otto von Berlin goes Jeep Otto von Berlin goes JeepOtto von Berlin goes JeepOtto von Berlin goes JeepOtto von Berlin goes JeepA couple hours later everything is over. We are all tired and freezing – let’s head home. I am exhausted from all this attention about me. We are sitting into Kurt and return to Berlin. It’s really comfortable in this Jeep Renegade. We re-functioned it to be customized for our needs. I’m having a VIP-lounge on the backseat with a special dog blanket and different bowls – I’m getting hungry very fast once we are on the road. I put my head onto uncle Aleks’ lap, who gazes outside the window and starts daydreaming again. He’s probably thinking about all those things that went wrong at university, hah. I’m licking his hand to show him my gratitude of what a good job as a wardrobe he did. Both Davids are already browsing through all those pictures they took, as well are Leonie and Moritz going through their material. I’m pleased about them starting to prepare the material early. I want my pictures as soon as possible! I need something new that I can post on our Instagram channel @OttovonBerlin. For now I’m telling you good-bye and talk to you soon. I need a beauty sleep after all this action.

Your Otto.