Excusing the clumsy alliteration (not quite qualifying as a tautogram), Kim Høltermand is the master of monochromatic minimalism and a new favorite of lifeiscarbon®.
Born in 1977, Kim Høltermand is a freelance architectural and landscape photographer from Denmark. Høltermand was born into a creative family, with both his father and grandfather being artists, and his grandfather having once worked as an architect. His work has appeared in numerous publications around the world and has so far been exhibited in France, China, Russia and his native Denmark. Despite his burgoing career in photography, which only began a few years ago, Kim Høltermand's day job has him working as a fingerprints expert in the Crime Scene Unit of The Danish National Police.
Follow the link to see a selection of our favorite works by Kim Høltermand and to read about his multi-media collaboration Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland:
From Deserted City (2011)
From Metrolpolis (2008)
From The Trees (2009)
From Icelands (2010)
From Goals (2008)
From Grundtvigs Church (2009)
From Monochronos (2012)
Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland is a collaborative multimedia project about a small group of filmmakers, photographers and a musician who set out on a journey to explore the remote countryside of Iceland in October 2011. The film features photographers Tim Navis (LA) and Kim Holtermand (Denmark), as well the electronic composer Deru - who composed and curated an original score based on field recordings from the trip. Produced by Scenic, the mission was to improvise and document experiences with the landscape, residents, and traditions encountered on the trip and to synthesize the material into a collection of moving pictures, photography, and music. The production and materials for the project were almost entirely funded through a Kickstarter campaign.