Jan Watzlawick

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Jan Watzlawick in the streets of Cannes 2020
Born1991 (age 29–30)
Verden
NationalityGerman
CitizenshipGermany
OccupationFilm director, photographer and writer
StyleNatural beauty, story
Websitewww.janwatzlawick.com

Jan Watzlawick (born 1991), is a German film director, fashion photographer and author.

He also is a former sprint kayaker and junior world championship gold medallist in the K-2 500m category (2009)[1] and several times German junior Champion (2007–2009). Today mostly known for his analog photography of female models for magazines, directing commercials and writing screensplays. He published his first Book Bullshit Bible - A Book About Everything And Nothing in 2020. He is based around the French Riviera|Côte d'Azur.

Early life

Watzlawick was born in Verden (Aller), Germany.[2]

Work

Watzlawick began his career with taking photographs in the fashion and beauty industry before he started making commercial advertising films for known brands like Land Rover.[3] At the same time his style has shifted away from fashion towards the sense of natural beauty. His work is mainly influenced by the realist aesthetic of photographers such as Peter Lindbergh and Henrik Purienne.

He made his own films since childhood. At that time with the video camera of his father Volker Watzlawick. And so, little by little, he began to write scripts, short stories and thoughts and put them Negative (photography)|on film. Which laid the foundation for his work today.[4]

His subjects are predominantly natural looking girls often set in nature, under the bright shining sun, near the ocean. Confident in their own bodies.

Bibliography

  • Bullshit Bible – A Book About Everything And Nothing (2020). ISBN 978-3-00-065988-1

Career

Volker Watzlawick, Jan's father, taught him to paddle at a young age before he participated in his first competitions at the age of six. His father, who later became his coach, coached the athlete until he reached the national team in 2009.[5] Along the way, he colected four gold medals at the 87. German Championships in Munich 2008 (K-1 200m, K-4 200m, K-4 1000m, K-4 6000m)[6] and three gold medals in 2009 at the 88. German Championships in Brandenburg. He defended his title in the K-1 200m and won also the K-4 1000m.[7]

In 2009, Watzlawick won a gold medal at the 2009 ICF Junior Canoe Sprint World Championships - Moscow, Russia: in the K-2 500m with his teammate Tobias Ghulke in a time of 1:35.746.[8]

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