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Postcards from Paradise is a project where I submitted 101 disposable cameras to refugees in camps across Denmark. I edited 54 photographs for the book titled Postcards from Paradise, coining a phrase by the Danish Minister of Interior Affairs, who opened the 125’th anniversary exhibition of Danish Red Cross and met with the refugees participating in the project. This video features two interviews with the participants. Mirsad Jerebicanin from Bosnia and Muhanned Al-Magad from Iran.
Aftermath of the Gulf War in Iraq. On a self-imposed assignment I hitchhiked among the Kurds for three weeks in the northern part of Iraq.
Vacum. I spend a month living with door-to-door vacumcleanersalesmen in Erith a suburb south of London. The series published in The Independent Magazine, UK.
Northern Nevada Correctional Center Horsetraining Program. Just like the men these horses used to be free. Now the wild horses help tame the wild men. PROJECT IN PROGRESS!
Vladimir Lenin Steel Plant, Nowa Huta, Poland. Build in 1954 next to Krakow in order to crush the anti soviet intelligentsia. The steel plant had 38.000 employees in the 80’ies.
People in Danish Cinema was recorded for the book “CUT” from Haase Publishing. The book contains 25 portraits of a cross section of participants from the Golden Age of Danish cinema during the Dogma epoch. The idea behind the book is to honor all partakers in the process not just the celebrities.
Lake Atitlan Guatemala features 24 images one for each day in december. It is a christmas calendar recorded for MS a Danish NGO for educational and fundraising purposes. Each picture illustrates a fact about the country and a myth from the mayan genesis.
Social Workers. Branding Campaign for the Ministry of Employment with af focus on five different regions in Denmark. Each Socal worker selected their point of pride in the region.
Contemporary Dance. Training at SMD for the danish pension fund PKA. Branding campaign focusing on corporate leadership ideals reflected in the exchange between dancers and instructors.