Morten Bjarnhof was born in 1951 north of Copenhagen into a family of Danish and Norwegian writers, painters and sculptors.
Morten creates rooms of presence. His photos are invitations to step inside, take part or lose oneself. There are no empty postulates, and in a world of purchased and paid for, this makes all the difference.
“I always try to keep the light as it is," he says. "If I must use artificial light, I will make it look as if it fell through a door or a window. It is an old journalistic habit of a kind, to add nothing and make a loyal account. Let your motif breathe, and give reality a chance to shine through.”
Early in his career, Morten became an established name in editorial and commercial fashion photography, which has led to a succession of jobs for international brands such as Diesel, Ecco, Gant and H&M. Simultaneously, he has completed advertising photography for clients including Bang & Olufsen, BMW and Mercedes-Benz.
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