Commercial photographer specialized in food and product photography. Constantly inspired by his studies in cinema, he applies cinematic techniques to offer an aesthetic, minimalist and architectural view.
Based in London, Mario Blankenberg is an internationally renowned photographer working in advertising and editorial fields.
He has garnered numerous photography awards including Gold Lions at Cannes, silver D&AD pencils and a Grand Clio amongst many others. In 2002 he won the prestigious John Kobal Photographic Portrait Prize at The National Portrait Gallery.
His editorial work has been featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker Magazine, US and UK Wired, Vanity Fair, GQ and Wallpaper and over the years his images have been used in many award winning campaigns for clients such as British Airways, IBM, Sony, Carlsberg, Ford, Audi, and Heineken to name just a few.