Poster - Den Frie #02

June 2016 I was commissioned to do a PR poster for the public art space Den Frie. It was a dark gritty portrait of artist Tina Maria Nielsen holding a big whale’s vertebrae, a repeating motif from her summer exhibition Salon Des Refuses. The poster came out great thanks to graphic designer Pernille Kleinert and a 2 meter version was used for the opening along with promotional posters that were spread around town. The exhibition will stay on until September 18th. If you have time go check it out, its free and you will have a wonderful dark and tripy experience…



Editorial - Signatur #02

For the September 2015 edition of Signatur, I was commissioned to document a group of executives getting there fast on in the Roskilde race track as part of Audi’s race experience. Guided by the lovely Mikaela Ahlin Kottulinsky Swedish professional racer, the participants had a theoretical morning learning about how to drive a race car and then off they went to the track. It was a day with heavy rain and fast winds which made the whole thing much more challenging. At the end, with Mikaela’s help they all managed to go around the track pretty freaking fast!!


Commission - Vanguard Festival #02

In August 2015 I came back to photograph the 3rd Vanguard Festival in Copenhagen. After the success of the 2014 festival the organisers kept the classic hiphop vibe with some twists including electronic, funk and dub performances. The lineup was fantastic with veterans such as The Sugarhill GangLee Scratch Perry and Roy Ayers performing next to Jay Electronica, Mob Deep and Dead Prez. The music was great, the weather was decent and people were having a great time which made my job of capturing the festival’s vibe much easier…


PR - Den Frie - Peter Land

In June 2015, I was commissioned by art space Den Frie in Copenhagen to do some PR work for their up coming summer exhibition. The show titled PSYCHOSOMATIC – Does it hurt when you laugh?” features the fantastic work of Danish artist Peter Land. This exhibition is the largest show to date showing his wonderful, dark and humorous sculpture installations. You can see some of his work through the images I shot but in fairness it can’t beat going down there and seeing it in 3D

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