Life on the farm

We have finally set up camp. Not only that, I have committed to start in a new position as the social marketing guy at destinationen. It’s the perfect crime – doing what I love and getting paid for it. What’s more, the product I’m selling … Continue readingLife on the farm

Time to relax

It has been busy here at world domination HQ, but today was one of those days when I had the chance to spend a few hours in front of my Mac and just sit for a while, think, review previous works and develop an idea … Continue readingTime to relax

Bombing Fields

“Don’t take away My Saturdays”, 60×80 cm, acrylic and permanent marker on canvas, 2010, 6000 kr. The Internet is doing to galleries what a bomb would do to the Fields Mall. Sure, some brick and mortar stores still have relevance – much in the same … Continue readingBombing Fields

Fog Of War

Some days have passed since my last post. I have been busy taking care of the twins + working my “day job” in the the Danish Defence. I earn my living there briefing up soldiers on cultural awareness and how to communicate in a manner … Continue readingFog Of War

Linklove

I have been a fan of Trey Ratcliffs for some time now. Trey is one of the pioneers of HDR photography, and he has been instrumental in making this sort of photography popular and known by the masses. For a while HDR has been regarded … Continue readingLinklove

Fairy tales

I went exploring in Kings Gardens the other day, and found a nice view of the castle Rosenborg built by King Christan IV in 1606-1607. Today it houses the crown jewels and the nearby barracks of the royal life guard. Go see for yourself!

9-11 revisited

I took the opportunity the dig out some old footage from NYC the other day. It’s a documentary series shot on 9-11 and the following days. The photos were shot on my trusty old Canon APS camera and I haven’t done much but applying some … Continue reading9-11 revisited

Waiting in line

Yesterday afternoon i was out strolling with the kids in the pram and happened to pass by the gardens of the danish university of agriculture. A cafe has been set up in an old derelict greenhouse. I decided to have a local pilsner in the … Continue readingWaiting in line

Twosomeness

Staying together doesn’t just happen. It takes an effort to combat the threats that lurk in the corner. Whether external or internal, they still need to be fought. Mundane issues become problems, questions become accusations, insecurity becomes certainty. When it works, everything is rosy, when … Continue readingTwosomeness

Depth of Field

I’m using Rembrandt soft pastels for the new Pillory project. I like the dusty feel when I smear the color unto the canvas. Not like the greasy feel of traditional oil pastels. Soft pastels create a dry look, almost silky, making it hard to resist … Continue readingDepth of Field