Born in 1961 in Stockholm, Sweden, Blaise Reutersward was a renowned fashion photographer who worked for publications such as Vogue (8 different editions of the magazine), Interview, Glamour (France), BIG, Bon, Condé Nast Traveller UK, Condé Nast Sport or Wallpaper. He also made many advertisements works for Cacharel, Chaumet, FCUK, Harrods, Lancôme, Hermes, Sonia Rykiel, Nina Ricci, Saab, Toshiba or Yves Rocher and directed a few commercials.
Besides his work as a fashion photographer, he also takes fine arts pictures and has exposed his work in numerous exhibitions: since 1996 he showed his photography in more than 9 solo exhibitions (8 in Sweden and one in United States, 1 recently in Mallorca, Spain in Gallery Red) and participated to no less than 15 group exhibitions that traveled from Sweden to Japan, through France, Switzerland, Germany and USA. His fine art photography is inspired by the quieting moments he experiences in the many flights and hours in transit he spends as a fashion photographer travelling the world. His exhibition Atmospheres, in 2006, thus presented a lot of beautiful and peaceful sky landscapes, for instance. His photographs have an organic, natural quality and have somewhat of a peaceful, intimate and mysterious atmosphere at the same time. The current exhibition was more melancholic, photos in a big format and an important part were very intimate portraits of different women.