Both a popular artist and a critical darling, Tore’s celebrated versatility behind the camera has helped him create a highly-regarded body of work that includes both runaway viral hits and award circuit favorites alike. Unified by his affection for tight concepts and clever design, Tore’s highly cinematic style has helped create campaigns for such high profile clients as Olympus, Shell, LEGO, Coca-Cola and recently Netflix, and recently given rise to Tore directing his first short film, Gold never Rusts. While still a teenager, Tore took a job as a runner at advertising firm JWT where, in the evenings, he would stay late and write his own creative which he would then casually leave on the desks of the executives in his department. After showing a real proficiency, Tore was brought on for various campaigns and started winning a slew of awards, including a Cannes Lion, before the age of twenty. A graduate of both The Danish Advertisement School and the Copenhagen Film and Photo School, Tore’s ability to work within multiple styles and genres lead to him being shortlisted for a Creative Gold Award for Young Talents. Building on that momentum, Tore started his own production company, Fandango Film, where he wrote, pitched, shot, and directed all his own content before being signed by Denmark’s biggest commercial company, Bacon Copenhagen. Since then, Tore has continued to push himself to new creative heights, successfully experimenting in various styles and genres while still managing to retain a look and feel all of his own. A Creative Circle, True Award, and Cannes Lions winner, Tore’s work has been the recipient of much praise internationally and his latest commercial for Sennheiser, ‘The Oracle’, has so far won three Clio Awards.