Søren Solkær is a Danish professional photographer, born in 1969. He has been working with an international profile since 1996.
Søren is best recognized for his unique portraits of musicians. He is most identified as the man behind numerous famous photos of Björk, The White Stripes, Franz Ferdinand, David Lynch, The Arctic Monkeys, R.E.M., and U2.
Søren’s digital photography is characterized by locating a stress factor in between affection and edginess. His photos are usually considered as a motion picture in tone with a unique color scheme. The ideas for his style as a professional photographer is varying from filmmakers David Lynch and Wong Kar-Wai to the works of photographer Philip-Lorca diCorcia and painter Caspar David Friedrich.
Søren has launched 5 fine art photography books: Beat City (2006), CLOSER (2011), SOULS (2011), SURFACE (2015), and Portraits 1993-2018 (2018). They are available in chosen exhibits, in stores worldwide, and in the shop.
Søren‘s works have been displayed in New York City, Oxford, Copenhagen, Sydney, Melbourne, London, Edinburgh, Los Angeles, Oslo, Chicago, Vancouver, Milano, Napoli, Bratislava, Kentucky, Reykjavik, Cologne, and Prague and are featured as part of the long-term collection in The Royal Danish Library and The National Portrait Collection in Frederiksborg Castle, Denmark.