Charlie Harjulin is a Finnish freelance director and photographer based in Barcelona, Spain. He has worked extensively in the fields of advertising, television and cinema for the past 15 years. He is currently focused on a cross media documentary series in which he investigates his own spiritual growth by interviewing spiritual teachers, philosophers and scientists.
Specializing in people and working on medium format, shooting commercials, fashion and portraits, Knudsen has worked with a variety of clients and projects across the globe. His career has featured advertising campaigns, fashion editorials, portraiture and exhibitions in several countries.
Internationally acclaimed art photographer Christopher Jonassen has a laconic voice that nevertheless speaks volumes. His project Devour, whose theme is aptly commenting on the current state of the planet, caught the eye of the world press: "A rare, unexpected form of poetry for the eye" Time Magazine.
Student at Design Academy Eindhoven. Born in St Petersburg, Russia, raised in Germany. Interested in different cultures, especially as expressed through food. Connecting her passion for food with philosophy and photography. "Food is a very specific language which is universal for all human societies".
Award-winning press photographer, working for Norwegian daily newspapers like Dagens Næringsliv and Stavanger Aftenblad. Also published in The New York Times, Time Magazine, 11Freunde, Plot, VG, Dagbladet, Klassekampen, Vårt land, Adresseavisen, Morgenbladet, Dag og Tid etc.
Award-winning creative, forever bound to his camera and Wacom – Stevo is the calculated introvert, driven by a sense of knowledge-hunger and a need to create. Stevo’s view of the world is often nothing short of unusual, while his passion for conceptual thinking makes him an asset to any difficult situation. Huge fan of golf and cricket.
Photojournalist whose work has been featured in regional and national newspapers and magazines. Co-founder of Plot magazine. For 2 years Marie has been working on the group project SeaChange, a photo documentary about young Europeans and how they cope with the pressing economic issues today. The project is curated by VII photographer Jocelyn Bain Hogg and the exhibition is touring European cities in 2015 and 2016.
Designer with a masters in Visual Communication. Travelled extensively, worked with international clients, and represented by agencies in Japan & Paris. Currently renovating a farm from the 1890´s, on the west coast of Norway. Loves travel, biking, yoga, the outdoors, movies, beautiful books, cooking and photography.