Tobias Hutzler is an internationally renowned photographer, director, and artist. He presents subjects in striking new ways, possessing a distinct point of view that has attracted advertising and editorial clients worldwide including Chrysler, Mercedes-Benz, Audi, Sony, Honda, Hyundai, Titan watches, Columbia Records amongst many others.
He brings a kind of elegance and beauty to every project, whether it’s an ad campaign or a magazine feature. He presents familiar subjects in striking new ways, possessing a distinct point of view. He is a regular contributor to The New York Times Magazine, The New Yorker, TIME Magazine, Fast Company, GEO, Bloomberg Businessweek, New York magazine, The Smithsonian and has been called "visionary" by AD Magazine and "one of the most exciting new artists working in photography."
Tobias is also a director, with credits ranging from commercial clips for instance for clients like Titan or Audi to music videos. His short film “Balance,” which premiered at Time magazine was a viral hit, garnering hundreds of millions of views worldwide. His personal projects inspired many print and motion campaigns, directed by Tobias.
“I am constantly shooting, trying to explore and push the boundaries of the digital medium,” says Tobias. His work has received numerous international awards and he was named one of PDN’s 30 best photographers. “His pictures are both consistent and filled with surprises,” legendary director of photography Elisabeth Biondi wrote of Tobias’ images. Influenced by fine art and conceptualism, Tobias Hutzler’s work is an ongoing exploration of the possibilities of contemporary imagery.
As an image maker Tobias captures the pulse of our constantly moving contemporary culture. His work has been exhibited in museums such as the National Portrait Gallery in London, the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York.