The Danish fashion photographer has built up an impressive portfolio of work with an international perspective. Aside from his many years of work with the fashion and commercial world, creating campaigns for some of the largest Danish brands and regularly contributing to International fashion bibles like Elle, Vogue, iD, VS, DANSK, and portrayed celebs Alexa Chung, Lucy Liu, Viggo Mortensen, Connie Nielsen, Fergie and topmodels like Helena Christensen, Freja Beha, Carmen Kass, Iselin Steiro and Mathias Lauridsen, it is safe to say that Henrik Bülow has made his mark among Danish photographers.
Though now, it is his personal projects that have given him a new style, profoundness and maturity. His collaboration with Red Cross on both print campaign, and film commercial, have given Henrik the opportunity to ”give back”_ as he explains. Close to his heart are projects where he has had the opportunity to use his talent and skill to focus on causes important to him while spreading a universal message. Bülow has traveled all over the world, seeking to broaden his perspective. India for one, has made a deep impression, and her beauty keeps drawing him back. Travels to Japan and South America have also resulted in 2 books. Akasaka, portrays moments, people and places and the book, Two Seventy Seven, from 2008, compiles a collection of expressive images from South America.