Event Video


Concept, Production, Post Production

Deutsche Bahn

February 2016: 25 degrees below zero, wind speeds up to 50 km/h. 2962m above sea level two brave cameramen try to survive in this arctic weather conditions. The cold snow in our faces feels like it's cutting our skin, the sight is beneath 5 meters and we're just dangling on a piece of rope at the peak of the highest mountain in Germany. Grasping for our lives with on hand to the rope, with the other one to our camera. To be honest: We didn't really know what was expecting us when the winning teams of the Deutsche Bahn Zugspitze Competition invited us to join them on "a walk to the peak of the Zugspitze". We were imagining a nice welness hotel, a guided walk to some plattform near the peak and some hot tea or cold beer as a reward. Instead of that we were climbing through meters of snow, wet and freezing to the bone. But it was worth it. It was a great adventure, better than any of the participants would have imagined. And definitly a day to remember.

Having a camera crew with you on your team event is the best way to capture every moment of this adventure. Your team can enjoy the event, nobody needs to take photos, but you still get the best tool to keep those memorable moments vivid and alive: a video about the best days in the year.

P.S. Neither the crew nor their cameras were harmed in the making of this video (we don't know how we managed to do that).

Zugspitze covered in a snowstorm people walking to the top of the ski jump ramp in Garmisch Partenkirchen at night people standing at the bottom of the ski jump ramp in Garmisch Partenkirchen Zuspitze train arriving in a small train station in Bavaria during wintertime