Snorre Fuglsang Ruhe is our generation’s small-town Patrick Swayze. His uncle calls him a crybaby, but he doesn’t care. You’ll never find him standing around mingling at fancy awards shows – he’ll be on the dance floor doing what looks frisky now, but will hurt tomorrow.
Dancing has always been a big part of Snorre’s life. When he was younger, he would get his dad and his dad’s friends drunk and make them dance while he filmed them. One of those films made YouTube explode back in 2008 and got over 4 million views. So, Snorre is actually not new to directing, a lot of people would say “he returned home”. (For more info about the film, please don’t be shy to contact me)
Through the years, Snorre has proven himself as a prize winning and highly sought after commercial D.O.P, both in his native Denmark and internationally. In the last few years, his drive to take on more control on projects has increased and with his latest music video “Crooks” he has shown that his style is one of a kind.
Snorre would be happy enough living totally isolated out in the middle of nowhere, where he could play the drums, blow stuff up and build things in a big garage, but luckily for everyone, 90's action movies drew him towards filmmaking, which is still his favourite activity.
Seven important facts about Snorre:
- He once had a band called The Tough Chickens.
- Does karate when needed.
- Non smoker.
- Good to animals.
- Were forced to live with gypsies in the mountains of Pakistan.
- Had a 1985 Toyota MR2.
- Favourite film: Predator.