Florian Innerkofler (b. 1977) is a Canadian contemporary photographer born in Innsbruck, Austria. He graduated from the Higher School of Architecture in Innsbruck, during which time he began his photography journey. Florian moved to Vienna after graduating cum laude from the State School of Photography. He assisted renowned photographer Andreas H. Bitesnich for multiple years and worked with Hollywood photographer Greg Gorman. As a photographer, Florian travels around the globe on assignments from New York City to Tokyo, exploring East and West and even reaching the remote Arctic Circle. He works for magazines and clients as diverse as Vogue Beauty, Glamour, Marie Claire, L’Orèal Paris, Rimmel London and Universal Music, to name a few. Florian has established himself in the fine art scene with his limited-edition fine art prints. His premier exhibition in Toronto, GLOBUS, showcased a curated collection of photographs captured through his lens. Recently his artwork was featured in the Style section of Toronto’s leading newspapers, the Globe and Mail. Florian’s solo exhibition SHAPED MOMENTS premiered in October 2020. The show documented various encounters, including an exclusive photoshoot with three geishas in Kyoto, Japan. Florian’s artwork can be found in public and private collections worldwide. After living in New York City for over eight years, Florian is now based in Toronto.