Joachim Ladefoged b. 1970 Has worked as a professional photographer since1991 and is a member of the international photo agency VII. Today he is a staff photographer at the danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten. In the passed he had worked regularly for editorial clients such as The New York Times Magazine, TIME, MARE, and The New Yorker. Over the years Joachim Ladefoged has received numerous awards for his work from institutions such as Visa D’Or, World Press Photo, POYi, Eissie, and Agfa,as well as Picture of the Year in Denmark. He has been named one of Photo District News’ 30 emerging photographers to watch and he has participated in the Joop Swart Master Class at World Press Photo. Next to his carrier as a photojournalist, he has worked for commercial clients such as NIKE, Siemens,Bang & Olufsen, Vestas wind power, TDC, Danske Bank, IBM, Pepsi, Johnnie Walker & Gatorade. In 2000 he published his first book ‘Albanians’ that pictures the turbulent life of the Albaniansbetween 1997 and 1999. In February 2008 he published his monograph “Mirror” and in 2009he directed the short film “Mirror” about bodybuilders.In 2014 he published his latest monograph "after my time" With VII he has contributed to three major book projects: ‘Tsunami’, ‘Forgotten War: Congo’and ‘VII - questions without answers‘.Joachim Ladefoged has exhibited his work in several solo and group exhibitions all over the worldand is represented in the collection of the Danish Royal Library. Joachim Ladefoged is credited with being one of the driving forces behind the wave of Danish photojournalism in the 90's.