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
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
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!
I had been waiting for days when finally on wednesday I could get my hands on the trial print of the new series based on the TGIF (Thank God It’s Friday) painting that was originally shown at the Bottom Out exhibition last year. TGIF (Thank … Continue readingArrival of the first print
I moved into my new studio on April 1st. this year. It’s located in the Meat Packing district of Copenhagen. Some of the district is now inhabited by artists, and I have my studio in a shared space called “Slagtehus 40” (Slaughterhouse 40) which opened … Continue readingMy Space
Dear friends, I was out shooting some HDR series the other day. Helps a lot having a proper tripod like the fabulous ones made by Gitzo. This shot is of the Palace cinema multiplex in Copenhagen. Home of many great movie experiences..ahhh. Enjoy! From Photography … Continue readingThe palace
Last night as I had finished writing up my invitation for the reception in Brorsons church on may 28th, I flicked on the news and discovered that approximately 50 Iraqis have sought shelter in the church. The Iraqis have been denied asylum in Denmark, and … Continue readingIraqis sheltering in Brorsons church: Morality vs. democracy