SOPHIE CAROLINE GOHR DANISH DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
Sophie Caroline Gohr, Director of Photography.
Sophie was born and raised in Denmark, but has lived in both the UK and USA most of her adult life.
Sophie started as a still photographer at a very early age, as a 6 year old she became very enthusiastic about photo journalism, her great inspirations were ( Steve Mccurry and Yann Arthus), although photo journalism has been a huge inspiration, the film industry was still what spoke to Sophie.
In 2014 she was the cinematographer on her first short film, and now she has made countless movies, TV series pilots, commercials and music videos.
Sophie is today inspired by still photographers, like Todd Hido, Gregory Crewdson and Lise Sarfati, just to name a few.
Still photography and paintings are still a huge source of inspiration for Sophie and a help to the cinematic expression.
Sophie is known for her work on
" The exemption " A Novel film about a young woman, and how she is affected by the 2nd world war. - Director Stefan Pellegrini. TV2
" Rituals " An arthouse horror movie, about a young girl grieving her moms death. Director Sophie Caroline Gohr
"Dandelion" A movie about the kids growing up in the ghetto. - Director Joey Moe.
" The Revolution of Love" A tragicomic existentialist tale of an alternative encounter between two misplaced, identity-confused teenagers Mada and Ave, who, despite a failed rape attempt, develop empathy, understanding and feelings for each other. - Louise Hylland
" We always have paris" A story about a 35 year old woman, trying to find herself in life she have build. - Julie Ølgaard
" Incognito " Our eyes don't lie: they're windows to the soul. Incognito explores the reality of repressed sexuality and boxed self-love in the present-day world. A film by Joey Moe
" The Morning Walk" A story about euthanasia and how two woman creates a different reality for them selfs. - Marc Harpsø
"Alaan Isaac" a film about the first ever humanoid AI. - Lina Csillag
" Shadow of the past " a thriller about a woman hunted by her past. - Helena Widenborg
"Moving Images" a film about falling in love with the world of cinema. - August Vinther Thomsen
" 7 Symptoms of a sociopath" - Marc Harpsø
“South east of Aarhus” A Danish crime/comedy. - Tammie Bergholt / Marc Harpsø
" 2020" - Selma Munksgaard Hansen
“On Deep Water” A story about 3 friends reconnecting when they are trapped out on the big ocean. - Kathrine Vintersborg
" Karo and Frida" Danish comedy show. - Jonas Risvig
“For me it’s the best of both worlds... Cinematography is a perfect combination of doing something technical and artistic. Working with lights and camera gear and finding the right tools for the project is a big joy for me. I love nerding out on gear. The best part of it is the different technical tools you can use to create the exact look you want for a project,” explains Gohr.
“The artistic part of cinematography is a soulful experience and it’s why I started doing cinematography. I love creating a visual story, from the colors to the camera movements to the framing and locations. All of that makes it an amazing creative process.”