Peter Funch currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. He lived in New York for 13 years as a photographer. Funch graduated as a Photojournalist from the Danish School of Journalism in 1999 and combines the social commentary with a cinematic style. His still and motion work often combines storytelling with a perceptive social commentary in a cinematic visual language. He is working internationally with exhibitions, books, editorial and advertising clients alike, combining his technical perfection with a touch of his Nordic calmness and dry humour. Worked with international clients like Sony, HSBC, Whitney museum. Recent exhibitions include 42nd And Vanderbilt, Eighteen, Copenhagen, Denmark (2018), A History of Photography: Daguerreotype to Digital, Victoria & Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom (2018), The Triennial of Photography, Deichtorhallen, Hamburg, Germany (2018), Photography To End All Photography - Photo Biennale, Brandts, Odense, Denmark (2018), Friendships, Nivaagaards Malerisamling, Nivå, Denmark (2016), The Aesthetics of the Mobile Phone, Museum Angewandte Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany (2015). In 2018, Funch received The Art, Design and Architecture Award of the Year, Dir. Einar Hansen and wife Vera Hansen Foundation for 42nd and Vanderbilt. His works are currently exhibiting at Victoria and Albert Museum, London, The National Museum of Photography, Copenhagen, & Reinbeckhallen, Berlin.