Ilja C. Hendel
- Holtegata 26
- 0355 Oslo | Norway
- Tel: +47 90 85 50 81
LanguagesEnglish, German, Norwegian Add to favorites
corporate & industrial photographers
people & lifestyle photographers
Ilja C. Hendel is an experienced editorial and corporate photographer with over 20 years of experience. Ilja is working on a broad spectre of topics, but always with the same approach: to discover the motives in actuality and on location - and in case staging is necessary, he is doing it in a natural way.
He is focused on visual storytelling for brands, companies and governmental- and non-governmental organisations, as well as leading magazines on assignments in Scandinavia and international. One of his main interests is to tell the story of production, block chain and worklife through photography. He is comfortable wherever the work has to be done: if it is off-shore, on-shore, among CEOs, in the cold, in the air, in the middle of the night or in the hightech lab.
Ilja was born in Frankfurt (Germany) and moved to Oslo (Norway) in 2006. Among recent clients are: Innovation Norway, DHL Deutsche Post, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Zukunft Erdgas.
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spotlight magazine Oct 2018 corporate & industrial photography
Ilja C. Hendel is an experienced corporate and editorial photographer based in Oslo who specialises in authentic visual storytelling. He works for corporate clients and publishing house as well as leading magazines on assignments in Scandinavia and abroad.
Ilja's main interest is to tell the story of production, supply chain and work life through photography. He is comfortable working off-shore in the Norwegian Sea, on big industrial sites, or at the headquarters of international corporations.
The story about seafood logistics and how to transport king crabs from the Barentsea in northern Norway to the restaurants of New York and Seoul within 24 hours was commissioned by DHL Group magazine network. Other recent clients include Norwegian Ministry of Culture, Innovation Norway, PwC Norway, Zukunft Erdgas, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and a varity of communication agencies.