However you are interessed in some photography, a film or a web project, or any crazy idea, I’m looking forward to get in touch with you. Feel free to drop me a line!
As a passionate mountain sportsman, I’m always looking for new challenges. Not only in the mountains where I mostly take my camera with, but also for filming, photography and webdesign. For skitouring, freeriding. mountainbiking, mountaineering and climbing, I love to discover new regions in the Alps and a lot of foreign countries worldwide.
At the university of applied sciences Augsburg, where I studied interactive media on Bachelor of Arts, I gained a lot of experience in a wide range of interesting projects. For my outdoor adventures – especially in winter – I did a leadership education for skitouring and freeride skiing at the German Alpine Club, where I’m very involved.
Michi Wärthl is a professional mountain guide from Munich. He is known for his special guiding because he offers some really extrem stuff for his clients.
After guiding and leading expeditions for about 20 years all over the world, Michi has a lot adventures to share with us. Today he shows all those stories and pictures on different presentations.
After about two years it was time for a new design for our department at the German Alpine Club. Although there are only about 1600 members, it is great to have a nice website.
The focus for the new page was a better user experience: fresh and modern design, better readability, clear navigation and finally responsive implementation.
The two Internationally Certified Mountain & Ski Guides (UIAGM / IFMGA) Sebastian Buchwieser and Jürgen Wittmann team up to offer not only a lot of ordinary guiding, but also special touring with gourmet lodging.
Finally they incorporate Zugspitzalpin to give you an understanding of nature and mountains. Whether staying in comfort hotels or modest huts, their focus is on your security.
The three skiers Pia Widmesser, Melissa Presslaber and Ingrid Schlott are crossing the alps from the north (Kaisergebirge) to the famous Drei Zinnen in the south. They went by hiking up, skiing down and using some public transport.
From very less snow in the north alps to the South Tyrol with tons of snow, cameraman Olli Grau and photographer Jens Klatt aaccompanied the trip with their cameras so I got to edit a short movie out of it.
The first screening was on october 10th 2014 at the mountain filmfestival in Going, Austria.Have a look
Лыжная карта! Спасибо! порошок снег! You don‘t understand? Never mind. Me neither – until I travelled to Siberia to go skiing. We had one week to discover the russian culture, but especially to enjoy the powder. Finally we were here for freeriding. Or rather, I was here to make a ski movie about 4 girls enjoying the siberian powder. I want to present this unique experience in my movie A siberian fairy tale.
The movie was presented in 2014 on the International Mountain Film Festivals in Tegernsee and Dresden. In addition there was a screening for two weeks in the cinema in Penzberg, all in Germany.Have a look