Gudmund Arne Lilletveit (b. 1996) is a norwegian photographer and filmmaker stationed in the west coast of Norway. He took a higher education degree in photography at the Norwegian School of Photography, and has also studied Art History at the University of Bergen, as well as film and art video at numerous schools. As a photographer he works both commercially and artistically. Along with photography he also works in film, as a cinematographer, editor and director, making documentaries, short films and features.
His artistic work draws inspiration from different mediums, like philosophy, paintings, literature and music. Most of his themes delves into a melancholic world, where the deepest of human emotions are explored. The undertone of his work stems from philosophical ideas such as existentialism, metaphysics and moralism. Where his stories and characters explores much of human beings' basic instincts and emotions.