About The Author
Knut Skjærven is a Norwegian photographer, researcher and journalist living in Copenhagen, Denmark.
He works as a free-lance journalist and photographer and can be hired as such. For more information please use the Contact Form below or write directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. He is a member of NFF, Non-Fiction Writers and Translators Organisation, in Norway.
Knut Skærven is educated at University of Bergen (B.A.) and University of Copenhagen (M.A.). Formally in Film Science but including philosophy, psychology, aesthetics, logic, mass communication and related areas.
He has written two books and lots of articles on and around communication and have done hands on strategies, business development, content analysis, strategic alliances, project management for larger companies.
Photography is his hobby and also the core activity for many of the other things that he does.
In 2014, Knut Skjærven, was interviewed by Financial Times for his photography. In 2015 he was nominated for the prestigious HCB Award by Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France. See News Desk for more information.
Sites initiated by Knut Skjærven:
Barebones Communication (2007); Berlin Black and White (2010); Phenomenology and Photography (2010); Street Photographer’s Toolbox (2012); The Europeans (2012); On Street Photography and Other Life Changing Events (2013).
Since late 2014 all blogs are now merged into this site due to the change of host platform.
In the beginning of 2018 most of the social sites mentioned above have been closed down due to the fact that social media are too time consuming. The main site in the future will be New Street Agenda, this site. Also: in 2018 Slow Gallery will no longer be maintained as a separate page. Photographs that go into Slow Gallery can be reached by opening the category Slow Gallery.
Have a good day.
© Knut Skjærven
February 13, 2018 (Update).
You can contact Knut by using the Contact Form below.