Heinz Hajek-Halke, born in Berlin in 1898, spent part of his childhood in Argentina.
He worked as a photo editor, press photographer and commercial artist, concentrating almost from the start on montage techniques.
During World War II he lived quietly and photographed small animal life-forms.
In 1949 he became a member of the German group fotoform and took part in the first of two subjektive fotografie exhibitions.
Hajek-Halke was appointed lecturer in photography and graphic design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Berlin in 1955.
During his lifetime he published two books, Experimentelle Fotografie and Lichtgrafik. He died in Berlin in 1983.Wikipedia