A home and refuge for the elderly

In this post I take care to describe part of my day as a photographer in the corporate field. First you will see an account of what situations i met and observations I made during the process of photographing this. At the end of the article you can find some tips and rules of conduct … Continue reading

Studio Portraits

A compilation of my latest works. Photos from studio makeup/hairstyle shoots.

Indiegogo and my ambitions!

Hi! So i’m all ambitios and all and have launched a campaign on indiegogo. It’s simply put a product that helps filmmakers make videos easier. Who doesn’t want things to be easier. It’s pretty simple. Maybe this video will inspire you, and help you understand what it does. Camera Lock Plate from Camera Lock Plate … Continue reading

Shooting with a steadycam

I recently got involved in a short film project that required shooting with a Steadycam. Johannes Stromme my good friend and steady-cam operator. The plan My first thought was to get my hands on a full steadycam. My friend lent me his Glidecam 4000HD and full body brace and arm. Good start. I was on a shoot … Continue reading

Visions of Norway: Princess of The Sea

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These last few months i have spent  lot of my time capturing the beauty of the Norwegian coastline around Stavanger, Lysefjord and Jæren. The thought behind this photoshoot was to capture some of this nature and give it the human touch. The location is one of Jærens most beautiful and pristine beaches – Borestranden. The … Continue reading

Visions of Norway: Countryside Summertimes

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How is your summer so far? Here’s a taste of mine! Leave a comment, and tell me one thing you have done so far…Something fun 🙂  

Visions of Australia: Fraser on fire

A lone white-breasted sea eagle circles the beachfront palm grove. Silhouetted against the color speckled clouds. It’s 06:00AM and the sun is rising on Fraser island and the 80 mile beach.

Azerbaijan! My second home.

Azerbaijan is a country of diversity and timeless culture. The people are the most hospitable and delightfully friendly people I have ever met. The landscape and nature is a sight to see. Where else in the world can you find 9 out of 10 climate zones? As an expat I have spent the biggest part … Continue reading

The importance of storyboarding in your shortfilm

An update on my upcoming short-film: Read the previous blog post. One thing I have learned the hard way while shooting the short film is the real importance of having a storyboard when shooting, for all the scenes, at all times. The script is important, but when working as a director or DP you really … Continue reading

2011 in Photos

Twenty eleven has been a fantastic year for me! It has been the year that I travelled half way around the earth…Twice! I have added 2 new countries to my list of visited. I have met some amazing people, some more special than others! I have attended and become an intern at an amazing film … Continue reading

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