Marcus Møller Bitsch, 30, is an autodidact Danish director, photographer, stop-motion animator and illustrator from Aarhus – Denmark. He grew up spending most of his time in water, doing watersports, and exploring different creative mediums. After a knee injury, he was forced to take a break from freediving, took up photography and started “The 365 days project”, as a way of practicing the newly discovered passion. After finishing high school, he moved from Denmark to the other side of the world to start the next big photo-project. After about a year of traveling, he briefly returned to Denmark, to then move to Paris to work commercially. In Paris, the fascination with stop-motion animation grew greater and greater, and slowly started to integrate itself in his practice. As France was hit by the first wave of COVID-19, and was under complete lockdown, he saw a chance to develop his drawing/painting skills - which quickly was added to his repertoire. Today, Marcus works freely within these three skills, and for the majority of the time united. In the beginning of 2022, Marcus signed with the production house EDDY.tv, as a director.

Won in 2021 the Hasselblad Masters.

Jury member in the The Danish Media Association's design award (since 2022)

Currently based in Copenhagen and Paris

Selected clients

Maison Kitsuné, Biotherm, IKEA, John Lobb, Le Monde, Hasselblad, Dunkin' Donuts kr, Kapok, Café Kitsuné, Kitsuné Musique, &Tradition, Goods Cph, Kinfolk, L'Obs, The Royal Danish Theatre, VIPP, Jason Polan w. The Bee's Knees, TONI Copenhagen, Because Music, Weekendavisen, Zetland,  Philosophie magazine, Libération, Télérama, Books (fr), L'express Styles, La Banque Postale, Sanofi, Weird Euros, Bank's skateshop, Bijorhca Paris, Contrarian Magazine, Aarhus affairs...

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