Jochen Arndt

• Berlin •


Ti for Dean & David

Even Jochen Arndt’s urban settings are never a step too far from rustic. Here for Ti Dean & David. Foodstyling Nadine Page , Propstyling & Production Babette Conrady



À point – Jochen Arndt’s knack for uncontrived composition with product focus convinced Bosch for their latest commission for their MUM5 campaign. Styling Carline van Oel, Foodstyling Natasha van Velzen, Retouch LaserLitho4



Peaceful places like the Falkensteiner Hotels & Residences staged by Jochen Arndt.


Vienna House Restaurant Joseph

Jochen Arndt’s camera has a tendency to make your mouth water. Here for Restaurant Joseph in the Vienna Haus.



Adapting to our client’s needs in an ever changing digital landscape, our still-life today will often include moving pictures. Here Jochen Arndt was entrusted by none less than Ebay for their current online campaign. Styling by Nici Theuerkauf, Agency Jung von Matt Spree. Production STILLSTARS


Happy Food

Jochen Arndt has always understood that food can look HAPPY! Personal Work. Styling Nadine Page



The new tea brand Boteanicals entrusted the finesse of Jochen Arndt’s lens for their first product launch.



Jochen Arndt’s lens always wants to make you sit at his table. Personal work – Oysters. Styled by Nadine Page.

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Jochen Arndt

Jochen is an experienced interior and food photographer and doesn’t mind when people jump into the frame or the camera starts moving.

With a classical education as an advertising photographer he loves to shoot editorial as well, no matter on location or studio.

He is currently based in Berlin and loves to travel the world.

His clients include numerous well know brands and magazine like

ASA, Bosch, Conde Nast Traveller, Couch Mag, Elle Deco, GU Verlag, Grundig, Kikkoman, McDonalds, Meissen, Metro, Miele, Porsche Design, Rewe, Villeroy & Boch, Vorwerk, Weight Watchers…