Henriette Kruse

Henriette Kruse works as an interaction designer and creative entrepreneur in the intersection of print and digital media

In 2015 she founded The Exposed Magazine with the support from the design-driven incubator CIID Nest. The magazine has subsequently been a catalyst for her to continuously explore the future of media and storytelling.

As a freelance designer and digital communication consultant Henriette has worked for clients such as apartamento magazine, Aperture Foundation, Copenhagen Photo Festival, Cph Art Week, kunsten.nu and Nikolaj Kunsthal.

In 2010 she was granted with a one-year residency at FABRICA – Research and Communications Centre in Italy. Here she worked as a researcher in the visual communication department and later as Art Director for COLORS magazine.

She received her bachelor degree in visual communication in 2008 and her postgraduate diploma in interaction design in 2014 from CIID – Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design.