Known as Northern Action, the Finnish duo specialises in adventure and commercial photo and videography. They focus on modern, high quality images while playing with colours and perspectives.
Knut Erik Alnæs fell in love with photography when he was 9 and borrowed his father’s video camera to film roe deer and red foxes around their cabin. “I loved being close to wildlife and being able to relive the experience afterwards,” he explains. A couple of years later he bought a Canon EOS 550D digital SLR and has been hooked on nature and wildlife photography ever since.
Johnny Haglund was 14 when he fell in love with photography. He spent a lot of time in the woods and wanted to capture with images what he saw in nature. The mentality of a documentary photographer was present from the beginning.
Known for powerful portraits and exquisite ‘Botanic Couture’ shots, Stine is a text-book example of taking your passion, learning from the best, finding your unique style and making it into a profession.
Finnish photographer Susanna Hynynen specialises in touching family and baby portraits that have an intimate atmosphere. She captures delicate moments between parents and their children that seem private and personal, magically omitting the presence of the photographer and the studio.
Hallvard Kolltveit fell in love with photography in Hawaii while doing his BA. The combination of action sports, mountains rising straight up from the ocean and the vibrant colours simply took his breath away.
Meeri Koutaniemi is a Finnish photographer who started her career with a clear mission: to shed light on uncomfortable truths about social injustice around the world.
Morten Nordstrøm is a Danish photographer who views himself as a storyteller, influenced by cinematic films and the look and feel of analogue film. Studying old techniques from old masters helps Morten achieve a timeless quality to his work.
Tom Svensson is a conservation photographer specialised in working against illegal trade. He wants to fight against the injustices and the horrors carries out against animals around the world. As his weapon are striking images of the majestic animals shot in their natural environment, protected and respected.
Martina Wärenfeldt is a master of creatively styled, illustrative portraits that come off looking like paintings, often with a beautiful, slightly haunted look to them. Painterly portraiture takes inspiration from the old masters with skilful lighting and a harmonious colour palette.