Pal Hansen, known for his colourful and humorous portraits of famous faces, shot the comedian Ed Gamble for his memoir Glutton: The Multi-Course Life of a Very Greedy Boy.
Photographer Pål Hansen was commissioned by the Guardian Saturday to shoot journalist Tim Dowling.
The shoot featured an array of animals which Tim has owned as a pet at some point in his life, from the mundane to the more exotic.
Pål Hansen, known for his stunning portraits, photographed legendary Ruby Wax, an actress and comedian, for the cover of Observer New Review.
Ruby Wax had her recent book, ‘I’m Not as Well as I Thought I Was’ published in May.
Pål Hansen was recently commissioned by the Revolt team to create the Christmas campaign for Prezzee.
Pål created playful images bursting with colour, which put us in a festive mood.
Stylist: Paige Macmillan
HMU: Salina Thind
Production Company: Twenty Twenty
PA: Annabelle Brown
Talent: Sarah & Kane / Real Casting London
Pål Hansen recently shot a bright and bold advertorial for Tilda which was featured in the Guardian.
Pål photographed much-loved GBBO alumnus Chetna Makan and the Caribbean food brothers, Original Flava, for the campaign.
Pål Hansen was recently commissioned to shoot a British stand-up comedian Mo Gilligan for the Observer Magazine.
Mo, who is known for his observational comedy, has just announced he’s working on his new show shot in LA, That’s My Jam.
Photographer Pål Hansen was commissioned to photograph the actor Sir Kenneth Branagh for the Sunday Times Culture.
Branagh is hotly tipped for Oscar and BAFTA glory with his new film, Belfast, which he wrote and directed.
Pål Hansen was commissioned by The Observer to shoot music royalty Elton John and John Grant.
Long time friends, Elton and John sat down with the paper to discuss all things music, queer culture and politics.
Pål Hansen was recently commissioned to shoot the stars of Channel 4’s new series Help, for the Observer New Review.
Giants of the British TV industry, Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham star in the new Liverpool based drama which orbits around the covid-19 pandemic.
Pål Hansen was commissioned to shoot the nation’s agony aunt for Philippa Perry for The Observer magazine.
A renowned psychotherapist and author, Philippa is the new agony aunt for The Observer.
Pål Hansen was recently commissioned by The Observer to shoot comedian Nish Kumar.
Known for his sharp wit and vast knowledge of current affairs, Nish has worked on shows including The Mash Report and The News Quiz.
Pål Hansen was recently commissioned to shoot Canadian comedian Mae Martin for the Observer Magazine.
Known for her brutally honest comedy tackling sexuality and frequently drug addiction, Mae also wrote and starred in the Channel 4/Netflix sitcom, ‘Fell Good’.
In collaboration with Counterpoints Arts, Pål Hansen was commissioned to shoot the campaign for Refugee Week 2020.
With the arrival of COVID-19, the shoot had to be cancelled but images were still needed for a digital campaign. Pål came up with the idea to art direct the shoot remotely and each of the ambassadors shot themselves using a smart phone.
Pål Hansen recently shot Big Narstie for the Observer.
Rapper, author and TV personality, Big Narstie but brought his larger than life personality to the shoot – along with his dog.