Marcus Møller Bitsch is a 20 year old freelance photographer from Denmark who has quite a passion for photography as evident from the pictures shown below. His fine art series is a beautiful and inspiring collection of unknown faces, surreal atmospheres, scintillating body languages and most importantly excellent mood throughout. Due to his childhood close to nature with an insatiable curiosity for life and a thriving imagination, he was always seen with pencils and markers close to him, ‘as the creative medium was the easiest way for expressing myself.’ He began photographing 3 years ago after a knee injury, which meant he had oceans of time to pursue his newly profound passion. On the whole this incompleteness helps to create a mystery, a curiosity to know more, look further into the lives of these characters.
I’ll tell more about the photos’ meaning and connection with my travel later in the process.The photo was taken in my room using natural light. All branches was hung up in thread.
Life is good here in Brisbane. Just started preparing a crazy indoor series with very time consuming props - so excited about it! I’m finally settled with a great house/room and a job, so I now can focus more on the project - instead of my finances. Things looks brighter than ever.
The book-project “Enter The World” will not continue as before. Rasmus and I have agreed to not continue the project together. We are too different to do such a personal project together. Since it’s a dream of ours to do this adventure, it wouldn’t be fair if we settled on compromise half the time. We are therefore traveling separately at the moment.
I will continue writing and creating a photo book, but I am unsure if it will be titled “Enter The World”. But a book will be made, and the supporters on our indiegogo campaign will still get their pledges. I’m very excited to continue this project, and I do not doubt that it will end up a beautiful book. Furthermore the book will now not be limited to Australia.
I’m currently living in Brisbane - where I’ll be until jan/feb working at a restaurant to finance my further travel. My spare time is spent on wild photography projects for the book, adventures to breathtaking locations, and building props.
I’m already very positive and proud about the photos already created but also the stories/series/photos to come!
Here’s the first teaser-photo of many. The photo was taking in the Blue Mountains - one of the many breathtaking locations. It’s always been a dream of mine to swim under a waterfall.
The first stories are already in the making, photographs has been taking and video has been filmed for the documentary! The first part of the documentary will be up in two weeks +/-. I’ve already made some of my absolutely favorite photos.
- I’m beyond stoked!
A special thank you for the ones of you who’ve preordered our book “Enter The World” and thereby supported our project through Indiegogo! We’re deeply thankful!