Bo Arnklit, Danish by birth spent his childhood in Denmark, finished high school in Rome and earned a B.Sc in physics at the University of Sussex, UK in 1974 and a M.Sc in Engineering Control in 1975. He moved back to Rome where he built up his professional and entrepreneurial life, initially working in the field of electro-acoustics and consumer electronics and publishing several articles in the leading magazines AUDIOreview and MCmicrocomputer. In the mid-eighties he began designing MC-link, an experimental on-line service, which subsequently became one of the first Italian Internet Providers. He is co-founder of MC-link SpA where he currently occupies the role of Vice Chairman.
His keen interest in photography goes right back to his childhood when at the age of seven he received his first camera* and was fascinated by the magic of developing and printing in the darkroom. After spending hours in his own darkroom for years experimenting with different developers and papers to control contrast and grain, and dodging and burning to create the right look, over the last decade he has, mostly out of necessity, turned to a fully digital workflow. Although a keen observer of all things digital and an early adopter of new technologies he still likes to keep post production and printing to an “ethical minimum” while concentrating on obtaining the desired effects right in the camera.