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Fredrik Altinell

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Growing up in the Swedish forest, Fredrik had the advantage of playing and daydreaming all day long. Still a dreamer, the photographer is driven by a curious, playful and people-driven approach to his work. The energy he captures through his lens is constant, and reflects a sincere ability to read people and situations, to then imprison that characteristic atmosphere and vibe in a photo. To this day, he has photographed Marina Abramovitz, Roger Federer and Ronaldo, to mention some. His work has been featured on platforms such as Sleek Magazine, i-D, Crash and Bon. We had the pleasure to kick off our partnership with Fredrik with his first exhibition, ‘FUN IS FUN’ – a four year documentation of festival culture.

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Manheimer Berlin

Manheimer Berlin

Anything but a formality.

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Glamcult

Glamcult

Fredrik's contribution to Glamcult's (PARA)NORMAL ISSUE

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MyTheresa x Bottega Veneta

MyTheresa x Bottega Veneta

Fredrik travels to Paris for MyTheresa, shooting Bottega Veneta's latest stunning collection

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MyTheresa x Gucci

MyTheresa x Gucci

Fredrik creates playful imagery for Gucci's latest collection as featured by MyTheresa.

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MyTheresa x Jil Sander

MyTheresa x Jil Sander

Fredrik captures Jil Sander’s signature simplicity and elegance against beautiful German landscapes for their special collection with MyTheresa

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Hermione Flynn

Hermione Flynn

Fredrik captures Flynn's C+B Collection, that tackles issues of gender fluidity, culminating in a truly authentic interpretation of "unisex" fashion

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MyTheresa x Gucci

MyTheresa x Gucci

Fredrik goes underground and uses the Munich metro to showcase MyTheresa's collaboration with Gucci

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Hermione Flynn SS17

Hermione Flynn SS17

Dream projects can start with a designer saying 'Go apeshit!'

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Bon Magazine

Bon Magazine

Sensual and colourful outcome when Fredrik photographs a Lazoschmidl special for Bon Magazine

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