The last 10 days I have been very fortunate to participate in a Nordic-Russian masterclass in St Petersburg, Russia with Mads Nissen and Mads Greve. It was truly inspiring and great with a change of scenery. The first three days consisted of an intense workshop followed by a week of photographing stories individually. I have been doing a story on gender roles - I shot it on film, so I have yet to see the results. Hopefully they will be well exposed! In between locations I shot a bit of street photography too :)
The danish periodical Journalisten interviewed me about starting up as a self-employed freelancer. Read the interview (in Danish) here.
I am back from northern Sweden where I spend my holidays trekking the beautiful Sarek national park with four good friends. I brought my brand new Fujifilm X100T - more pictures will follow within the next few months.
Along with Thea Reedtz I have established a photography class called Vildnis Fotografi. It will launch this September and consists of three in-depth workshops and a series of individual tuition sessions with a basis on documentary photography.
I truly enjoy teaching and look forward to be taking part in creating an awesome and challenging class in photography.
Stop by www.vildnisfotografi.dk to learn more :)
I am very happy and proud, that my final project from Vestegnen, “Det, der er nærmest, der det, vi ikke ser”, won a Kravling this Saturday. I had a great night in Copenhagen!